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Mexican Free-Tailed Bat

Tadarida brasiliensis


Tail is not completely covered by the uropatagium, giving it the name "free-tailed". This species is insectivorous and nocturnal.


Can be found in caves, under overhangs, and any shaded place that provides a spot to hang safely.

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Welcome to Project Noah Elizabeth Kucera
Nice first spotting,congrats and thanks for sharing
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Elizabeth Kucera
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Elizabeth Kucera

Texas, USA

Spotted on Jun 7, 2015
Submitted on Jun 13, 2015

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