Eptesicus andinus

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Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Vespertilionoidea 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Animalia
Subregnum: Eumetazoa
Cladus: Bilateria
Cladus: Nephrozoa
Superphylum: Deuterostomia
Phylum: Chordata
Cladus: Craniata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Infraphylum: Gnathostomata
Superclassis: Tetrapoda
Cladus: Reptiliomorpha
Cladus: Amniota
Cladus: Synapsida
Cladus: Eupelycosauria
Cladus: Sphenacodontia
Cladus: Sphenacodontoidea
Ordo: Therapsida
Cladus: Theriodontia
Subordo: Cynodontia
Infraordo: Eucynodontia
Cladus: Probainognathia
Cladus: Prozostrodontia
Cladus: Mammaliaformes
Classis: Mammalia
Subclassis: Trechnotheria
Infraclassis: Zatheria
Supercohort: Theria
Cohort: Eutheria
Cohort: Placentalia
Superordo: Boreoeutheria
Superordo: Laurasiatheria
Ordo: Chiroptera
Subordo: Microchiroptera
Superfamilia: Vespertilionoidea

Familia: Vespertilionidae
Subfamilia: Vespertilioninae
Tribus: Eptesicini
Genus: Eptesicus
Subgenus: Eptesicus (Eptesicus)
Species: Eptesicus andinus

Name[edit]

Eptesicus andinus J.A. Allen, 1914: 382

  • Holotype: AMNH 33807, adult ♂, skin and skull, collected by Arthur A. Allen and Leo E. Miller on 26 March 1912.
  • Type locality: “Valle de las Papas (alt. 10,000 ft.), Central Andes, Huila, Colombia”.

Synonyms[edit]

  • Eptesicus montosus Thomas, 1920: 363
    • Holotype: BMNH 2.1.1.1, adult ♂, skin and skull, collected by Perry O. Simons on 8 May 1901.
    • Type locality: “Choro, north of Cochabamba, Highlands of Bolivia, on the upper waters of the R. Mamoré. Alt. 3600 m”.
  • Eptesicus chiralensis Anthony, 1926: 6
    • Holotype: AMNH 47219, adult ♂, skin and skull, collected by H.E. Anthony on 1 August 1920.
    • Type locality: “El Chiral, Western Andes, 5350 feet, Provincia del Oro, Ecuador”.

Native distribution areas[edit]

  • Venezuela
  • Colombia
  • Ecuador
  • Peru
  • Bolivia
  • ?Brazil

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Vernacular names[edit]

English: Andean Brown Bat
español: Murciélago marrón andino