Species checklist (bats)

Scientific

English

Japanese

Capture/

release

Call heard

IUCN status

Japan status

Rhinolophus ferrumequinum 

Greater horseshoe bat

キクガシラコウモリ

 

August 2012

least concern

 

Rhinolophus cornutus cornutus

Little Japanese horseshoe bat

コキクガシラコウモリ

 

 

not

assessed

 

Eptesicus nilssonii 

Northern bat

キタクビワコウモリ

August

2012

 

least concern

 

Nyctalus aviator

Birdlike noctule

ヤマコウモリ

 

August 2012

near threatened 

vulnerable

Barbastella leucomelas

Asian barbastelle

チチブコウモリ

August

2012

 

least concern

 

Plecotus sacrimontis 

Japanese long-eared bat

ニホンウサギコウモリ

August

2012

 

least concern

 

Vespertilio sinensis 

Asian parti-coloured bat

ヒナコウモリ

 

 

least concern

 

Myotis frater kaguyae 

Fraternal myotis

カグヤコウモリ

August

2012

 

data deficient

 

Myotis gracilis

Ussuri whiskered bat

ウスリホオヒゲコウモリ

August

2012

 

not listed

vulnerable

Myotis ikonnikovi 

Ikonnikov's bat

ヒメホオヒゲコウモリ

August

2012

 

least concern

 

Myotis macrodactylus 

Big-footed myotis

モモジロコウモリ

 

 

least concern

 

Myotis petax

Eastern water bat

(ドベントンコウモリ)

 

 

not listed

 

Murina hilgendorfi

Hilgendorf's tube-nosed bat

テングコウモリ

August

2012

 

least concern

 

Murina ussuriensis

Ussuri tube-nosed bat

コテングコウモリ

August

2012

 

least concern

 

 

Notes

1. Species order follows Ohdachi, Satoshi D. I; Ishibashi, Yasuyuki; Iwasa, Masahiro A.; Saitoh, Takashi (2009): The Wild Mammals of Japan, Shoukadoh, Kyoto, ISBN 978-4-87974-626-9.

2. IUCN status follows The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, 2012.1, published by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.

3. Japan status follows the Red List (Mammals) of the Ministry of the Environment 環境省レッドリスト (2012) Japanese page. (The Red List (Mammals) of the Ministry of the Environment (1999?) English page is no longer current, but remains online and has not been updated.)

 

See also Bat Species at Horoka Tomamu and the Horoka Tomamu Forest Bat Survey 2012.

 

SCH, 9 October 2012