'''Natterer's bat'(Myotis nattereri'') is a European bat with pale wings. It has brown fur, also seen on the leg wing membrane, tending to white on its underside. It is found across most of the continent, but is considered scarce.
The frequencies used by this bat species for echolocation lie between 23-115 kHz, have most energy at 53 kHz and have an average duration of 3.8 ms. Parsons, S. and Jones, G. (2000) 'Acoustic identification of twelve species of echolocating bat by discriminant function analysis and artificial neural networks.' J Exp Biol., 203: 2641-2656.Obrist, M.K., Boesch, R. and Fluckiger, P.F. (2004) 'Variability in echolocation call design of 26 Swiss bat species: Consequences, limits and options for automated field identification with a synergic pattern recognition approach.' Mammalia., 68 (4): 307-32.
Named for the German naturalist Johann Natterer
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