Definition of Big-eared bat
1. Noun. Large carnivorous Old World bat with very large ears.
Generic synonyms: False Vampire, False Vampire Bat
Group relationships: Genus Megaderma, Megaderma
Lexicographical Neighbors of Big-eared Bat
Literary usage of Big-eared bat
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Burgess Animal Book for Children by Thornton Waldo Burgess (1920)
""Down in the Southeast is a member of the family with ears so big that he is called the Big- eared Bat. He is a little chap, smaller than the Little Brown ..."
2. Biodiversity and the Management of the Madrean Archipelago: The Sky Islands edited by Leonard F. DeBano (1999)
"Food habits of the big-eared bat, Plecotus townsendii virginianus, in Virginia. Va. J. of Science 37(4):248-254. , VW BRACK, JR., C. WILLIAMS. 1989. ..."
3. Ecosystem Disturbance and Wildlife Conservation in Western Grasslands: A edited by Deborah M. Finch (1998)
"1984; Center 1986; Hoffmeister 1986). A Townsend's big-eared bat and Yuma myotis captured over an isolated desert spring ..."
4. The Animal Kingdom Arranged in Conformity with Its Organization by Georges Cuvier, Edward Griffith, Charles Hamilton Smith, Edward Pidgeon, John Edward Gray, George Robert Gray (1827)
"Rafinesque also describes the Blue Wing Bat, the Black Back Bat, the Sparred Bat, the Monk Bat, the Black-faced Bat, and the big-eared bat, but without ..."
5. American Animals: A Popular Guide to the Mammals of North America North of by Witmer Stone, William Everett Cram (1902)
"B. EARS MODERATE, NOT JOINED TOGETHER IN FRONT. big-eared bat. ... Pipistrelle and Leather-winged Bat. Little Brown Bat and Twilight Bat. '95 big-eared bat ..."