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Myotis ciliolabrum melanorhinus
Myotis ciliolabrum melanorhinus
Photographer: Unknown
Collection: MVZ

ID: 0000 3333 0531 4425 (2016-06-09)

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  • date of photo  Feb 23, 1917
  • latitude 34.29838   longitude -116.82086   max error distance 41 meters     View on Google Maps.
  • horizontal datum North American Datum 1927
  • georeferencing source Terrain Navigator v 6.04 USGS 1:24,000
  • location   Doble (San Bernardino County, California, US)
  • family Vespertilionidae
  • order Chiroptera
  • class Mammalia
  • phylum Chordata
  • species associated with this habitat: Myotis ciliolabrum melanorhinus  
  • description   Female Black-nosed bat (Myotis subulatus melanorhinus) Lateral view of skull
  • MVZ database record for this image   MVZ 7712
  • From the collection of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology   Mamm 6941  
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  • DOI
  • photo category: Animal - Mammal
  • batch id: batchid_2016-06-09_18:59:21_5117

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