Desmodus rotundus murinus

Desmodus rotundus murinus

vampire bat of Central and South America. Important as long-term vectors of rabies virus. See also derriengue.
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Hilaire, 1810) Desmodus rotundus murinus Wagner, 1840 Diphylla ecaudata Spix, 1823 AM LC P Subfamilia Glossophaginae Bonaparte, 1845 Glossophaga soricina (Pallas, SA LC P 1766) Subfamilia Phyllostominae Gray, 1852 Chrotopterus auritus (Peters, SA A LC P 1856) Chrotopterus auritus auritus (Peters, 1856) Glyphonycteris sylvestris SA LC P Thomas, 1896 Lampronycteris brachyotis SA A LC P (Dobson, 1878) Lophostoma brasiliense Peters, SA A LC P 1866 Lophostoma evotis (Davis y MA A LC P Carter, 1978) Micronycteris microtis Miller, SA LC P 1898 Micronycteris microtis mexicana Miller, 1898 Micronycteris schmidtorum SA A LC P Sanborn, 1935 Mimon cozumelae Goldman, 1914 SA A LC P Mimon crenulatum (E.
A partly incomplete, 20 [micro]m thick, stained serial series made from a female Desmodus rotundus murinus brain was received from the late Professor William A.
Desmodus rotundus murinus Wagner Common vampire bat, Vampiro
Additional species collected from both localities included: Pteronotus parnellii mesoamericanus, Phyllostomus discolor verrucosus, Glossophaga soricina handleyi, Carollia brevicauda, Carollia perspicilata azteca, Carollia subrufa, Sturnira lilium parvidens, Desmodus rotundus murinus, Artibeus inopinatus, Artibeus lituratus intermedius, Artibeus jamaicensis richardsoni, Dermanura phaeotis phaeotis, Chiroderma salvini salvini, Uroderma bilobatum convexum, Eptesicus furinalis gaumeri, Myotis keaysi pilosatibalis, and Rhogeessa tumida.