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Revision of australian eptesicus microchiroptera vespertilionidae



Revision of australian eptesicus microchiroptera vespertilionidae



Records of the Western Australian Museum 13(3-4): 427-500



A classical morphological approach has been used to clarify the taxonomy of Australian Eptesicus. Multivariate analyses of 37 morphological measurements were undertkaen to determine the phenetic relationships between the nine species recognized in this study: E. pumilus (Gray, 1841); E. caurinus Thomas, 1914; E. douglasorum Kitchener, 1976; E. finlaysoni sp. nov.; E. darlingtoni Allen, 1933; E. troughtoni sp. nov.; E. regulus (Thomas, 1906); E. vulturnus Thomas, 1914 and E. baverstocki sp. nov. In Australian Eptesicus there are two broad phenetic groups. The first includes those species with a northern or inland distribution; the second those with a southern or inland distribution.

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