Myotis fimbriatus is a species of vesper bat in the family Vespertilionidae. It is found only in China. It's also called the "Fringed Long-Footed Myotis". The Fringed Long-Footed Myotis is described as having short, thick, brown fur with pale whitish fur ventrally. A captured female was measured with ears that were 14.4mm long, a forearm 42.2mm long, and weights 9.9 grams. Myotis fimbriatus is listed as being of Least Concern" by the IUCN as of 2008. In 2000, Myotis fimbriatus was listed as being "Lower Risk/Near Threatened" (LR/nt).
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