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  1. A survey of bat species of the Bruneau-Jarbidge River area of southwestern Idaho with special reference to the occurrence of the spotted bat (Euderma maculatum) /
    By: Doering, Robert William. - Keller, Barry L.
    Publication info: Boise, Idaho : Bureau of Land Management, Idaho State Office, [1998]
    Contributed by: Bureau of Land Management (archive.org)
    Subjects: Bats  Idaho  Owyhee County  Spotted bat  
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  2. Abundance and distribution of bats in the Pryor Mountains of south central Montana and north eastern Wyoming / David J. Worthington for the Montana Natural Heritage Program, Bureau of Land Management-Billings Resource Area, [and] Custer National Forest.
    By: Worthington, David J. - Custer National Forest (Agency : U.S.) - Montana Natural Heritage Program. - United States. - University of Montana--Missoula.
    Publication info: Helena, Mont. :Montana Natural Heritage Program,c1991.
    Contributed by: Montana State Library (archive.org)
    Subjects: Bats  Big brown bat  Geographical distribution  Habitat  Hibernacula  Hoary bat  Little brown bat  Long-eared myotis  Long-legged myotis  Mist netting  Pallid bat  Plecotus townsendii  Pryor Mountain Wilderness (Mont. and Wyo.)  Silver-haired bat  Spotted bat  Summer roost habitat  Western small-footed myotis  
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