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Rhinolophus cornutus miyakonis Kuroda, 1924

Miyako horseshoe bat, Little Japanese horseshoe bat

 

 

Taxonomy & Nomenclature

Synonym/s: Rhinolophus pumilus miyakonis Kuroda, 1924

 

Conservation Status

Last record: 1971

IUCN RedList status: Extinct

 

Distribution

Japan

 

Biology & Ecology

 

 

Hypodigm

 

 

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References

Original scientific description:

Kuroda, Nagamichi. (1924). On new mammals from the Riu Kiu Islands and the Vicinity. Published by Kuroda N, Tokyo.

 

Other references:

Abe, H., Ishii, N., Itoo, T., Kaneko, Y., Maeda, K., Miura, S. and Yoneda, M. (2005). A pictorial guide to the mammals of Japan. Tokai University Press, Tokyo (in Japanese with English abstract).

Corbet, G. B., and J. E. Hill. 1992. Mammals of the Indomalayan region. A systematic review. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 488 pp.

Csorba, G., P. Ujhelyi, and N. Thomas. 2003. Horseshoe bats of the world. Alana Books, Bishop’s Castle, U.K., 160 pp.

Hirasawa S, Nakagawa R, Nunami S. 2006. On the dentary of Rhinolophus specimens from the Nakabari Cave (Abucha), Miyako Island, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan (preliminary report). J Speleol Soc Japan 31:42-48, in Japanese with English abstract.

Maeda, K. (2001). Natural history of Japanese bats. Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. (in Japanese)

Nishioka, Yuichiro, Nakagawa, Ryohei, Nunami, Shin and Hirasawa, Satoshi. (2016). Small Mammalian Remains from the Late Holocene Deposits on Ishigaki and Yonaguni Islands, Southwestern Japan. Zoological Studies 55: 5.

Wu, Y., Motokawa, M., Harada, M., Thong, V. D., Lin, L. K. and Li, Y. C. (2012). Morphometric variation in the pusillus group of the genus Rhinolophus (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) in East Asia. Zoolog. Sci. 29(6): 396-402. [Abstract]

Yoshiyuki, M. (1989). A systematic study of the Japanese Chiroptera. Tokyo, Japan: National Science Museum.

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