Miniopterus schreibersii (bat)

Mass: 12.4 g based on Jones 1971, Seamark and Kearney 2004, Fenton and Thomas 1980, Benda et al. 2003, Bullen and McKenzie 2002, Ingle and Heaney 1992, Rhodes 2002, Stephan et al. 1981, and Wong et al. 2013

Diet: insectivore based on Freeman 1981 and Van Cakenberghe et al. 2002

Abundance: 0.03 to 50.00% (median 4.38%)

Latitudinal range: -34.2° to 46.3°

Habitats: (4), Mediterranean woodland (1), desert/xeric shrubland (3), montane grassland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (1), tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (5), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (1), tropical/subtropical savanna (1)

Found in 17 samples

Australia: Shipton's Flat, Northern Sydney, Kroombit Tops

China: Macau

Greece: Talaia Ori Mountains (spring), Talaia Ori Mountains (autumn)

Guinea: Forêt Classée du Pic de Fon

Israel: Qesem Cave (Concentration 1), Qesem Cave (Concentration 2)

Italy: Rocche di Entella

Laos: Tam Houay Si

Philippines: Taraw Cave Complex

Romania: Muntii Padurea Craiului

South Africa: Ithala Game Reserve

Spain: Catalan coast, Sima del Elefante (TE19), Sima del Elefante (TE18)

Size measurements:
♀ body mass10.2 gN = 7Jones 1971
♀ body mass11.5 gN = 1Seamark and Kearney 2004
♂ body mass10 gN = 1Fenton and Thomas 1980
♂ body mass11.1 gN = 3Jones 1971
♂ body mass12.5 gN = 6Seamark and Kearney 2004
body mass13.5 gN = 76Benda et al. 2003
body mass10.1 gN = 35Bullen and McKenzie 2002
body mass42 gN = 1Ingle and Heaney 1992
body mass46 gN = 1Ingle and Heaney 1992
body mass13.9 gN = 5Rhodes 2002
body mass12.5 gN = 6Stephan et al. 1981
body mass10.2 gN = 12Stephan et al. 1981
body mass14.2 gN = 7Stephan et al. 1981
body mass14.7 gN = 1Wong et al. 2013
body mass18.5 gN = 1Wong et al. 2013

See also Miniopterus, Miniopterus australis, Miniopterus fossilis, Miniopterus gleni, Miniopterus inflatus, Miniopterus manavi, Miniopterus medius, Miniopterus minor, Miniopterus pusillus, Miniopterus sp., Miniopterus tristis