Lasiurus seminolus (Seminole Bat)
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Habitat: Forests and woodlands. The distribution of this species parallels that of Spanish moss, which it uses as a roosting site.

Habits: Seminole Bats generally are solitary, they do not hibernate, and thus are active year round. Litters may consist of one to four young, which are born from May to June. Diet consists of bugs, flies, beetles, and moths.


Artiodactyla
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Carnivora
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Chiroptera
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Didelphimorphia
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Insectivora
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Lagomorpha
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Rodentia
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Xenarthra
Scientific Names - Common Names

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