BAT, INDIANA
Summary information for BAT, INDIANA
Common Name BAT, INDIANA
Scientific Name MYOTIS SODALIS
Status FEDERAL ENDANGERED, NONGAME, STATE ENDANGERED, STATE RANK S1, GLOBAL RANK G2
Primary Habitat Association Savanna/Shrub/Woodland matrix
Preferred Habitat In the Midwest use hydric habitats *044*. During winter hibernate in limestone caves. Summer habitat includes mature riparian and adjacent upland forests. Full forest canopy with open understory preferred. Snags and cavity trees (greater than 9" dbh) are important. Forage in riparian forest and over water.
Distribution Occurs throughout the state *01*.
Known to
occur in
these
counties:
ADAIR, BARRY, BOONE, CAMDEN, CARROLL, CHARITON, CHRISTIAN, CLINTON, CRAWFORD, DAVIESS, DENT, FRANKLIN, HARRISON, IRON, JEFFERSON, KNOX, LACLEDE, LEWIS, LINN, MACON, MARION, MCDONALD, MERCER, MILLER, MONROE, MORGAN, NODAWAY, OREGON, PHELPS, PIKE, PULASKI, SCOTLAND, SHANNON, STONE, SULLIVAN, TANEY, TEXAS, WASHINGTON, WAYNE, WORTH, WRIGHT

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