Range extension of Centronycetris Maximiliani (Mammalia: Chiroptera) for southern Amazonia

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Bat species of the genus Centronycteris are some of the rarest Neotropical Emballonuridae and fewer than 50 specimens have been deposited in scientific collections. The aim of this study is to extend the distribution of Centronycteris maximiliani. Three C. maximiliani specimens were recorded in the Brazilian Amazonia, providing the first record of the species for the state of Rondônia, the southernmost record of the species for the Amazon biome in Brazil, and an additional record for the state of Pará. Although these new records of C. maximiliani reinforce the idea that this species is widely distributed throughout the Amazon biome, its low capture rate reflects the rarity of this species, since only three specimens were collected during three to four year field effort.

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da Rocha, P. A., Brandão, M. V., de Oliveira Júnior, A. C., & Aires, C. C. (2015). Range extension of Centronycetris Maximiliani (Mammalia: Chiroptera) for southern Amazonia. Acta Amazonica, 45(4), 425–430. https://doi.org/10.1590/1809-4392201501131

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