Perimyotis subflavus (bat)

Mass: 5.6 g based on Layne 1958, Feldhamer et al. 2009, and Gould 1955

Diet: insectivore based on Gould 1955, Freeman 1981, and Van Cakenberghe et al. 2002

Abundance: 0.01 to 37.71% (median 1.73%)

Latitudinal range: 27.0° to 42.0°

Habitats: (9), desert/xeric shrubland (1), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (11), temperate savanna (1), tropical/subtropical coniferous forest (1), tropical/subtropical savanna (1)

Found in 24 samples

United States: Ledges State Park, Lower Honey Creek, Fort Leavenworth, Wolf Ridge Wind, LLC, Ouachita National Forest, Blue Mountain (East Tunnel), Palo Duro Canyon State Park (2006), Indigo Tunnel, Wise County, Kelly Pond (2009), Jonathan Dickson State Park, Morgan-Monroe and Yellowwood State Forests, Prairie Creek (1997), Prairie Creek (1998), Fontenelle Forest Nature Center, Welsh Cave, Bat Cave, King Leo Pit Cave, Robinson Cave, Meyer Cave, Bootlegger Sink, Schulze Cave (layer C2), New Paris Sinkhole No. 4, Natural Chimneys

Size measurements:
body mass4.8 gN = 30Layne 1958
body mass5.2 gN = 17Layne 1958
body mass6.14 gN = 71Feldhamer et al. 2009
body mass6.0 gN = 2Gould 1955

See also Perimyotis