Myotis sodalis (bat)

Mass: 6.6 g based on Layne 1958 and Feldhamer et al. 2009

Diet: insectivore based on Freeman 1981

Abundance: 0.86 to 11.49% (median 4.39%)

Latitudinal range: 39.3° to 43.1°

Habitats: temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (7) only

Found in 7 samples

United States: Canoe Creek State Park, Blue Mountain (East Tunnel), Nolands Fork River, Morgan-Monroe and Yellowwood State Forests, White Mountain National Forest, Prairie Creek (1997), Prairie Creek (1998)

Size measurements:
♀ body mass6.8 gN = 4Layne 1958
♂ body mass6.1 gN = 3Layne 1958
body mass6.71 gN = 14Feldhamer et al. 2009
♀ total body length90.0 mmN = 4Layne 1958
♂ total body length87.7 mmN = 3Layne 1958
♀ tail length40.0 mmN = 4Layne 1958
♂ tail length38.7 mmN = 3Layne 1958
♀ forearm length38.5 mmN = 4Layne 1958
♂ forearm length38.7 mmN = 3Layne 1958
♀ hind foot length7.5 mmN = 4Layne 1958
♂ hind foot length7.7 mmN = 3Layne 1958
♀ ear length14.0 mmN = 4Layne 1958
♂ ear length13.7 mmN = 3Layne 1958

See also Myotis, Myotis adversus, Myotis albescens, Myotis alcathoe, Myotis ater, Myotis aurascens, Myotis auriculus, Myotis austroriparius, Myotis bechsteinii, Myotis blythi, Myotis blythii, Myotis bocagei, Myotis brandtii, Myotis californicus, Myotis capaccinii, Myotis chinensis, Myotis ciliolabrum, Myotis dasycneme, Myotis daubentonii, Myotis davidii, Myotis elegans, Myotis emarginatus, Myotis evotis, Myotis fortidens, Myotis goudoti, Myotis hasseltii, Myotis horsfieldii, Myotis ikonnikovi, Myotis keaysi, Myotis keenii, Myotis leibii, Myotis levis, Myotis lucifugus, Myotis macrodactylus, Myotis macrotarsus, Myotis muricola, Myotis myotis, Myotis mystacinus, Myotis nattereri, Myotis nigricans, Myotis pilosatibialis, Myotis ricketti, Myotis ridleyi, Myotis riparius, Myotis ruber, Myotis rufopictus, Myotis septentrionalis, Myotis siligorensis, Myotis simus, Myotis sp., Myotis sp. 1, Myotis sp. 2, Myotis sp. I, Myotis sp. II, Myotis spp., Myotis subulatus, Myotis thysanodes, Myotis tricolor, Myotis velifer, Myotis volans, Myotis welwitschii, Myotis yumanensis