Tickell's bat (Hesperoptenus tickelli) is a species of vesper bat. It can be found in the following countries: Bangladesh Bhutan, Cambodia, possibly China, India, Myanmar, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Thailand.
Head and body length is 7 cm (2.8 in). Forearm is between 5 and 6 cm (2.0 and 2.4 in) long.
Females are larger than males. Generally color varies from grayish yellow to bright golden brown. Underside grayer and lighter. Fur is soft and dense. Digits of hands and feet are pinkish and the membrane between them is blackish. Inter-femoral membrane is pinkish tending to become black towards the outer margin. Muzzle is broad and swollen. Claws black. Wings are moderately broad, span between 38 and 41 cm (15 and 16 in), and measure about 7 centimetres (2.8 inches) wide. Tail is enclosed in a membrane the tip.
The serotine bat, also known as the common serotine bat, big brown bat, or silky bat, is a fairly large Eurasian bat with quite large ears. It has a wingspan of around 37 cm (15 in) and often hunts in woodland. It sometimes roosts in buildings, hanging upside down, in small groups or individually. The name serotine is derived from the Latin serotinus which means "evening", while the generic name derives from the Greek ἔπιεν and οίκος which means "house flyer".
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The least pipistrelle is a species of vesper bat.
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The greater Asiatic yellow bat is a species of vesper bat.
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Hesperoptenus is a genus of bats within the Vespertilionidae or "Vesper bats" family. Species within this genus are:
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