A new species of Thyroptera Spix (Mammalia : Chiroptera : Thyropteridae) from the Amazon Basin of northeastern Peru by R.H. PINE Office of the Resident Scientist, Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, 1500 West Sullivan Road, Aurora, Illinois 60506-1000, USA. and Division of Mammals, Field Museum of Natural History, Roosevelt Road and Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60605-2496, U.SA. Summary. - A new and large species of disk-winged bat of the genus Thyroptera Spix, sympatric with Thyroptera tricolor Spix, is named and described from the Departamento de Loreto, Peru. Morphological characters separating the new species from currently recognized species of Thyroptera are presented and characters which have been previously used to characterize these latter species are discussed and evaluated. Resume. - Une nouvelle et grande espece de chauve-souris du genre Thyroptera Spix, sympatrique de Thyroptera tricolor Spix, est nommee et decrite du departement de Loreto, Perou. Les caracteres morphologiques qui separent la nouvelle espece des especes de Thyroptera actuellement reconnues sont presentes et les caracteres qui etaient utilises pour caracteriser les especes de ce genre sont discutes et evalues. The collections of the Field Museum of Natural History (FMNH) in Chicago, Illinois, contain four specimens that represent a large
Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammals – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1993
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