Chi Dơi lá mũi

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Rhinolophus
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Phân loại khoa học
Giới (regnum) Animalia
Ngành (phylum) Chordata
Lớp (class) Mammalia
Bộ (ordo) Chiroptera
Họ (familia) Rhinolophidae
(Gray, 1825)[1]
Chi (genus) Rhinolophus
Lacépède, 1799[1]
Loài điển hình
Vespertilio ferrum-equinum Schreber, 1774. Conserved in ICZN Opinion 91 (1926) and Direction 24 (1955).
Danh pháp đồng nghĩa
  • Aquias Gray, 1847;
  • Coelophyllus Peters, 1867;
  • Euryalus Matschie, 1901;
  • Phyllorhina Leach, 1816;
  • Phyllotis Gray, 1866 [not Waterhouse, 1837];
  • Rhinocrepis Gervais, 1836;
  • Rhinomegalophus Bourret, 1951;
  • Rhinophyllotis Troughton, 1941.

Chi Dơi lá mũi (danh pháp: Rhinolophus) là một chi động vật có vú duy nhất trong họ Dơi lá mũi, bộ Dơi. Chi này được Lacépède miêu tả năm 1799.[1] Loài điển hình của chi này là Vespertilio ferrum-equinum Schreber, 1774. Conserved in ICZN Opinion 91 (1926) and Direction 24 (1955).

Các loài[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

Chi này gồm các loài:

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Chú thích[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

  1. ^ a ă â Wilson, D. E.; Reeder, D. M. biên tập (2005). “Rhinolophidae”. Mammal Species of the World . Baltimore: Nhà in Đại học Johns Hopkins, 2 tập (2.142 trang). ISBN 978-0-8018-8221-0. OCLC 62265494. 
  2. ^ a ă â b Taylor, Peter J., Samantha Stoffberg, Ara Monadjem, M. C. Schoeman, Julian Bayliss & Fenton P. D. Cotterill. 2012 Four new bat species (Rhinolophus hildebrandtii complex) reflect Plio-Pleistocene divergence of dwarfs and giants across an Afromontane Archipelago. Public Library of Science 7(9): e41744.
  3. ^ Wu, Y., Motokawa, M. & Harada, M. 2008. A New Species of Horseshoe Bat of the Genus Rhinolophus from China (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae). Zoological Science 25:438-443.
  4. ^ a ă Kerbis Peterhans, Julian C., Jakob Fahr, Michael H. Huhndorf, Prince Kaleme, Andrew J. Plumptre, Ben D. Marks & Robert Kizungu. 2013. Bats (Chiroptera) from the Albertine Rift, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, with the description of two new species of the Rhinolophus maclaudi group. Bonn zoological Bulletin 62 (2): 186–202.
  5. ^ Cotterill, F.P.D. 2002. A new species of horseshoe bat (Microchiroptera: Rhinolophidae) from south-central Africa: with comments on its affinities and evolution, and the characterization of rhinolophid species. Journal of Zoology 256 2):165-179.
  6. ^ Wu, Y. & Thong, V.D. 2011. A New Species of Rhinolophus (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) from China. Zoological Science 28:235-241.
  7. ^ Wu, Y., Harada, M. & Motokawa, M, 2009. Taxonomy of Rhinolophus yunanensis Dobson, 1872 (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) with a Description of a New Species from Thailand. Acta Chiropterologica 11:237-246.
  8. ^ Zhou, Z.-M., Guillén-Servant, A., Lim, B.K., Eger, J.L., Wang, Y.-X. & Jiang, X.-L. 2009. A New Species from Southwestern China in the Afro-Palearctic Lineage of the Horseshoe Bats (Rhinolophus). Journal of Mammalogy 90:57-73.
  9. ^ Fahr, J., Vierhaus, H., Hutterer, R. & Kock, D. 2002. A revision of the Rhinolophus maclaudi species group with the description of a new species from West Africa (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae). Myotis 40:95–126.[1]

Tham khảo[sửa | sửa mã nguồn]

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  • Hutcheon, J.M. and Kirsch, J.A.W. 2006. A moveable face: deconstructing the Microchiroptera and a new classification of extant bats. Acta Chiropterologica 8(1):1–10.
  • Kock, D., Csorba, G. and Howell, K.M. 2000. Rhinolophus maendeleo n. sp. from Tanzania, a horseshoe bat noteworthy for its systematics and biogeography (Mammalia, Chiroptera, Rhinolophidae). Senckenbergiana biologica 80:233–239.
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  • Corbet, G.B. 2008. Taxonomy of the Horseshoe bats of the World (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae). http://dea.unideb.hu/dea/bitstream/2437/89636/4/ertekezes_angol.pdf
  • Zhou, Z.-M., Guillén-Bản mẫu:Not a typo A., Kim, B.K., Eger, J.L., Wang, Y.Y. and Jiang, X.-L. 2009. A new species from southwestern China in the Afro-Palearctic lineage of the horseshoe bats (Rhinolophus). Journal of Mammalogy 90:57–73.
  • Wu, Y., Harada, M. and Motokawa, M. 2009. Taxonomy of Rhinolophus yunanensis Dobson, 1872 (Chiroptera: Rhinolophidae) with a description of a new species from Thailand. Acta Chiropterologica 11(2):237–246.