Galapagos Species Checklist


Lasiurus borealis brachyotis

(Müller, 1776)

Domain Eukaryota
Kingdom Animalia
Division Chordata
Class Mammalia
Order Chiroptera
Family Vespertilionidae
Genus Lasiurus

Lasiurus borealis brachyotis  (Müller, 1776)

 

English common name: Red bat, Galápagos bat

Spanish common name: Murciélago rojo

Taxonomic comments: Syn.: Lasiurus borealis Müller, 1776, Atalapha brachyotis Peters, 1871, Nycteris borealis Borkhausen, 1797

Name status: Accepted name; taxon occurs in Galapagos.

Last updated: 24 Jan 2014

Origin

  • In
    Introduced
  • Na
    Native

  • En
    Endemic

    Taxon occurs only in Galapagos.

  • Hy
    Hypothetical
  • Id
    Indigenous
  • Mi
    Migrant
  • EnQ
    Questionable Endemic
  • Re
    Resident
  • Va
    Vagrant

IUCN Status

Not Evaluated - Not yet been evaluated against the criteria.


The IUCN Red List assessments presented here may deviate from the global IUCN listings for the following reasons:

  • for well-known species groups, such as vascular plants or vertebrates, updates proposed to the IUCN are shown, rather than the outdated, but currently-used status;
  • for poorly-known species groups, such as lichenized fungi, a general assessment is not currently possible, therefore the list presented here is the regional IUCN Red List for the Galapagos Archipelago.

Distribution

region.name

Galapagos island groups: Santa Cruz.

Santa Cruz and San Cristobal Islands. In Floreana Island was recorded a fossil


Please be aware that this distribution map is automatically generated from database records (CDF and external specimens, literature records, and observations) and may not accurately reflect the currently-known distribution for all species.

Literature

  • Allen, J.A. (1892) On a Small Collection of Mammals from the Galapagos Islands, collected by Dr. G. Baur. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. His. 4: 47-50.
  • Brosset, A. (1963) Mammiferes des Isles Galápagos. Mammalia 27: 323-338.
  • Jiménez-Uzcátegui, G. (2007) CS/ECU/2006/168 Estudio biologico en Santa rosa y en El Camote, Isla Santa Cruz y en Isla Baltra, previo a la colocacion del Parque Eolico. Informe técnico final para la Fundación Charles Darwin y Servicio Parque Nacional Galápagos, 43 pp.
  • Jiménez-Uzcátegui, G., Milstead, B., Márquez, C., Zabala, J., Buitrón, P., Llerena, A., et al. (2007) Galapagos vertebrates: endangered status and conservation actions. Galapagos Report 2006–2007. Charles Darwin Foundation, Puerto Ayora, p. 104–110.
  • Koopman, K., McCracken, G.F. (1998) The taxonomic status of Lasiurus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in the Galapagos Islands. American Museum Novitiates 3243: 1-6.
  • MacCracken, G.F., Hayes, J.P., Cevallos, J., Guffey, S.Z. & Romero, F.C. (1997) Observations on the distribution, ecology, and behaviour of bats on the Galapagos Islands. J. Zool., Lond. 243: 757-770.
  • Niethammer, J. (1964) Contribution a la connaissance des mammiferes terrestres de l’îile Idenfatigable (= Santa Cruz), Galápagos. Résultats de l'expédition Allemande aux Galapagos 1962/63. Mammalia 28(4): 593-606.
  • Orr, R.J. (1966) Evolutionary aspects of the mammalian fauna of the Galapagos. In: Bowman, R.I. (ed.): The Galapagos. Proc. Symposia G.I.S.P., Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley, p. 276-281.
  • Peterson, R.L. (1966) Recent mammal records from the Galapagos Islands. Mammalia 50: 441-445.
  • Sangoquiza, M. (2006) Aspectos Ecológicos de los Murciélagos Lasiurus boreales brachyotis y Lasiurus cinereus (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) Santa Cruz – Galápagos. Tesis previa a la obtención de título como licenciado en Ciencias Biológicas. Universidad Central del Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador.
  • Sangoquiza, M., Jiménez-Uzcátegui, G. (2007) Presencia y ausencia de las dos especies de murciélagos en Santa Cruz y Baltra. En : Jiménez-Uzcátegui, G. 2007. (Ed). CS/ECU/2006/168 Estudio biológico en Santa Cruz y Baltra. Informe técnico para la FCD, PNG y Proyecto ERGAL. Puerto Ayora, Ecuador, 41 pp.
  • Steadman, D., Stafford, T.W., Donahue, D.J. & Jull, A.J.T. (1991) Chronology of Holocene vertebrate extinction in the Galápagos Islands. Quaternary Research 36(1): 126-133.