Pipistrellus subflavus (Eastern Pipistrelle)
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Habitat: Primarily found in the forests and woodlands.

Habits: Eastern Pipistrelles roost singly or in small groups in caves, mines, tree foliage, rock crevices, and sometimes buildings. They generally hibernate in humid caves. Bats mate in the fall and spring, fertilization is delayed until March or April, and young are born from May to July. Litter size is generally two. Females establish small maternity colonies. The diet consists of flies, moths, and other small insects.


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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