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Its headquarters is in San Francisco, with offices in New York, Chicago, London and Dublin. Chiroptera Neotropical 2015 - 21(2): 1338-1341 1338 Report of Peter’s ghost faced bat Mormoops megalophylla fossils from the island of Barbuda, Lesser Antilles Johanset Orihuela 1,* & Adrian Tejedor 2 1 Department of Earth and Environment - Florida International University, Miami, FL 33199. Measurements (mm) Mormoops megalophylla Mormoops blainvillei UF2811 UF3380 3381 n X ± SD Range UF3371? length 12.45 12.58 55 12.86 ± 0.5 11.8-13.52 11.72 73 11.8 ± 0.3 11.0-12.19 Min. Keywords: Bat, Mormoops, Barbuda, Lesser Antilles, Extinction, Extirpation All Chiroptera Neotropical content can be freely accessed at ISSN 2317-6105 (online) | 1413-4403 (printed) Peter’s ghost faced bat Mormoops megalophylla (Peters, 1864) is endemic to the New World, where it is widespread from southeastern US throughout Mexico and part of Central America. megalophylla is now extirpated (Silva, 1974; Morgan, 2001; Morgan and Czaplewski, 2012). Fossils of Mormoops megalophylla are also reported from Curaçao, Aruba, Margarita and Tobago in the Lesser Antilles, Florida (USA), and northeastern Brazil (Rezsutek and Cameron, 1993; Czaplewski and Cartelle, 1998; Morgan, 2001; Dávalos, 2006; Morgan and Czaplewski, 2012).
However, all these characters, except for size, vary among the species (Ray et al., 1963), and were not used by Simmons and Conway (2001). megalophylla fossils from Barbuda fall within the size range of M. intermedia (Miller, 1900) an insular subspecies of the Netherland Antilles, and are smaller than the continental M. Several researchers mentioned mormoopid fossils from Quaternary cave deposits in these islands (Steadman et al., 1984; Pregill et al.
Fossil remains of Mormoops megalophylla provide wide extralimital records for this species in the Caribbean during the Quaternary.
These include occurrences in the islands of Cuba, Bahamas, Hispaniola, and Jamaica in the Greater Antilles, where M.
These first three specimens were distinguished from M.
blainvillei based on size, of which Mormoops megalophylla is significantly larger (see Table 1; Fig. Few discrete characters served to help identify between these taxa. megalophylla is in line with the dentary ramus, whereas that of M.