Tadarida brasiliensis (bat)

Mass: 11.3 g based on López González and García Mendoza 2006, Davis and Lendell Cockrum 1964, Geluso 1978, Barquez et al. 1999, Black 1974, Bracamonte 2010, Canals et al. 2005, Lindhe Norberg and Norberg 2012, and Vaughan 1966

Diet: insectivore based on Freeman 1981, Ochoa et al. 2000, Adams et al. 2003, Freeman and Lemen 2010, and Bracamonte 2013

Abundance: 0.07 to 75.62% (median 14.54%)

Latitudinal range: -30.0° to 40.0°

Habitats: desert/xeric shrubland (3), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (2), temperate coniferous forest (4), temperate savanna (2), tropical/subtropical coniferous forest (1), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (1), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (1), tropical/subtropical savanna (2)

Found in 16 samples

Argentina: Parque Provincial Potrero de Yala

Brazil: São Paulo, Osório Wind Farm

Mexico: Las Grutas

United States: White Spot Spring, State Fish Hatchery, McKittrick Canyon (1968), McKittrick Canyon (1970), Nogal Canyon, Wolf Ridge Wind, LLC, Palo Duro Canyon State Park (2006), Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge (summer 2008), Kelly Pond (2009), Archbold Biological Station, Jonathan Dickson State Park, West of Boulder

Size measurements:
♀ body mass10.8 gN = 8López González and García Mendoza 2006
♂ body mass11.8 gN = 1Davis and Lendell Cockrum 1964
♂ body mass12.7 gN = 10Geluso 1978
♂ body mass10.4 gN = 14López González and García Mendoza 2006
body mass11.6 gN = 29Barquez et al. 1999
body mass10.60 gN = 10Black 1974
body mass11 gN = 7Bracamonte 2010
body mass11.25 gN = 15Canals et al. 2005
body mass12.5 gN = 1Lindhe Norberg and Norberg 2012
body mass12.2 gN = 5Vaughan 1966

See also Tadarida, Tadarida aegyptiaca, Tadarida australis, Tadarida condylura, Tadarida nigeriae, Tadarida pumila, Tadarida sp., Tadarida teniotis