Humboldt big-eared brown bat
|Humboldt big-eared brown bat|
Histiotus humboldti is distributed in the subtropical forests of the eastern foothills of the mountains outside the Ecuadorian Andes, between 800 and 1000-1800 and 2000 meters in the eastern subtropical zoogeographical floor (Albuja et. al. 1980), unlike Histiotus montanus (Philippi and Landbeck, 1861), which is recorded at higher altitudes 1800 and 2000-2800 and 3000–4000 meters and live in other ecosystems of the Andes, on two floors zoogegraficos the Temple and the High Andes (Albuja et al. 1980)
- Velazco, P. & Aguirre, L. 2008. Histiotus humboldti. 2008 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 16 March 2009.
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