Data about Myotis

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Distribution

Data about Myotis
  • latitude
    The geographic latitude (in decimal degrees, using the spatial reference system given in geodeticDatum) of the geographic center of a Location. Positive values are north of the Equator, negative values are south of it. Legal values lie between -90 and 90, inclusive.
    http://rs.tdwg.org/dwc/terms/decimalLatitude
latitude min
Additional detail 11.12 degrees OBIS Environmental Information  
max Additional detail 11.12 degrees OBIS Environmental Information  
  • longitude
    The geographic longitude (in decimal degrees, using the spatial reference system given in geodeticDatum) of the geographic center of a Location. Positive values are east of the Greenwich Meridian, negative values are west of it. Legal values lie between -180 and 180, inclusive.
    http://rs.tdwg.org/dwc/terms/decimalLongitude
longitude min
Additional detail 92.82 degrees OBIS Environmental Information  
max Additional detail 92.82 degrees OBIS Environmental Information  

Ecology

Data about Myotis
  • interacts with
    an organism has an effect on another organism in the community.
    http://eol.org/schema/terms/interactsWith
interacts with
Additional detail African Apes GloBI  
Additional detail American Black Bear GloBI  
Additional detail American Marten GloBI  
Additional detail American Opossums and Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Ape GloBI  
Additional detail Badgers, Otters, Weasels, and Relatives GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia costaricensis GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia ferrisi GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia nana GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia rondanii GloBI  
Additional detail Bat Flies GloBI  
Additional detail Bears GloBI  
Additional detail Bears GloBI  
Additional detail Bechstein's Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Bed Bugs GloBI  
Additional detail Black Rat Snake GloBI  
Additional detail Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Cimicoidea GloBI  
Additional detail Colubrids GloBI  
Additional detail Common Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Coyotes, Dogs, Foxes, Jackals, and Wolves GloBI  
Additional detail Daubenton's Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Deer Mice GloBI  
Additional detail Dermanyssoidea GloBI  
Additional detail Eagles GloBI  
Additional detail Fisher GloBI  
Additional detail Gray Fox GloBI  
Additional detail Gray Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Great Apes and Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Grey Foxes GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Indiana Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Keen's Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Large Mouse-eared Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Louse Fly GloBI  
Additional detail Martens GloBI  
Additional detail Miliolidae GloBI  
Additional detail Myotinae GloBI  
Additional detail Myotis mystacinus GloBI  
Additional detail Natterer's Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Northern Long-eared Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Northern Raccoon GloBI  
Additional detail Nycteribia GloBI  
Additional detail Nycteribia kolenatii GloBI  
Additional detail Owls GloBI  
Additional detail Pantherophis GloBI  
Additional detail Pond Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Procyonid Carnivore GloBI  
Additional detail Raccoons GloBI  
Additional detail Racers GloBI  
Additional detail Rat Snakes GloBI  
Additional detail Red Fox GloBI  
Additional detail Siphonaptera GloBI  
Additional detail Skunks and Stink Badgers GloBI  
Additional detail Small Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Southeastern Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Southeastern Myotis Bat Fly GloBI  
Additional detail Southwestern Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Steatonyssus GloBI  
Additional detail Steatonyssus occidentalis GloBI  
Additional detail Swift Fox GloBI  
Additional detail Trichobius GloBI  
Additional detail Trichobius major GloBI  
Additional detail Tropical Fowl Mites GloBI  
Additional detail True Foxes GloBI  
Additional detail Vesper Bats GloBI  
Additional detail Vespertilionoidea GloBI  
Additional detail Virginia Opossum GloBI  
Additional detail Weasels GloBI  
Additional detail Western Yellowbelly Racer GloBI  
Additional detail Wildcat GloBI  
Additional detail Woodpecker GloBI  
  • interacts with
    an organism has an effect on another organism in the community.
    http://eol.org/schema/terms/interactsWithreverse
interacts with
Additional detail African Apes GloBI  
Additional detail American Opossums and Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Ape GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia nana GloBI  
Additional detail Bechstein's Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Big-eared Bats GloBI  
Additional detail Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Cavefishes GloBI  
Additional detail Cavefishes GloBI  
Additional detail Common Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Coyotes, Dogs, Foxes, Jackals, and Wolves GloBI  
Additional detail Daubenton's Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Gray Fox GloBI  
Additional detail Gray Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Great Apes and Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Grey Foxes GloBI  
Additional detail Guano Bats GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Indiana Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Keen's Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Kerivoula GloBI  
Additional detail Kerivoula lanosa GloBI  
Additional detail Kerivoulinae GloBI  
Additional detail Large Mouse-eared Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Louse Fly GloBI  
Additional detail Mexican Free-tailed Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Molossidae GloBI  
Additional detail Mouse-eared Bats GloBI  
Additional detail Mouse-eared Bats GloBI  
Additional detail Myotinae GloBI  
Additional detail Myotis mystacinus GloBI  
Additional detail Natterer's Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Northern Long-eared Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Nycteribia GloBI  
Additional detail Nycteribia kolenatii GloBI  
Additional detail Ozark Cavefish GloBI  
Additional detail Pacific Townsend's Big-eared Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Pond Bat GloBI  
Additional detail Red Fox GloBI  
Additional detail Small Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Southeastern Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Southwestern Myotis GloBI  
Additional detail Swift Fox GloBI  
Additional detail True Foxes GloBI  
Additional detail Vesper Bats GloBI  
Additional detail Vespertilionoidea GloBI  
Additional detail Virginia Opossum GloBI  
Additional detail Wildcat GloBI  
  • has predator
    is consumed for energetic or other nutritional needs (by another organism)
    http://eol.org/schema/terms/HasPredator
has predator
Additional detail African Apes GloBI  
Additional detail American Opossums and Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Ape GloBI  
Additional detail Black-hawks GloBI  
Additional detail Buzzards GloBI  
Additional detail Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Colubrids GloBI  
Additional detail Common Black Hawk GloBI  
Additional detail Common Opossums GloBI  
Additional detail Coyotes, Dogs, Foxes, Jackals, and Wolves GloBI  
Additional detail Eagles GloBI  
Additional detail Eagles GloBI  
Additional detail Eagles GloBI  
Additional detail Eastern Screech Owl GloBI  
Additional detail Eastern Screech Owl GloBI  
Additional detail Gray Fox GloBI  
Additional detail Great Apes and Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Great Kiskadee GloBI  
Additional detail Grey Foxes GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Humans GloBI  
Additional detail Kiskadees GloBI  
Additional detail Megascops GloBI  
Additional detail Megascops GloBI  
Additional detail Owls GloBI  
Additional detail Owls GloBI  
Additional detail Rat Snakes GloBI  
Additional detail Red Fox GloBI  
Additional detail Red-tailed Hawk GloBI  
Additional detail Skunks and Stink Badgers GloBI  
Additional detail Small Cats GloBI  
Additional detail Swift Fox GloBI  
Additional detail True Foxes GloBI  
Additional detail Tyrant Flycatchers and Allies GloBI  
Additional detail Virginia Opossum GloBI  
Additional detail Wildcat GloBI  
  • has parasite
    non-mutual relationship between organisms of different species where one organism, the parasite, benefits at the expense of the other, the host.
    http://eol.org/schema/terms/hasParasite
has parasite
Additional detail Basilia GloBI  
Additional detail Basilia hamsmithi GloBI  
Additional detail Louse Fly GloBI  

Evolution and Systematics

Data about Myotis
first appearance (older bound)
Additional detail 33.9 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  
first appearance (younger bound)
Additional detail 28.4 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  
last appearance (older bound)
Additional detail 0.0117 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  
last appearance (younger bound)
Additional detail 0 million years ago The Paleobiology Database  

Conservation

Data about Myotis
extinction status
Additional detail extant The Paleobiology Database  

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