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Portugal Distribution Maps (Using 10x10km Grid Squares) for Mammals found on Wildlife Reserve in Baixo Alentejo

 

Greater White-toothed Shrew

Iberian Mole

Greater Horseshoe Bat

Bats have not yet been Mapped in Portugal Mammal Atlas. Refer to the European Atlas Maps for data on Bats : European Mammal Maps

Natterer's Myotis

Bats have not yet been Mapped in Portugal Mammal Atlas. Refer to the European Atlas Maps for data on Bats : European Mammal Maps

Kuhl's Pipistrelle

Bats have not yet been Mapped in Portugal Mammal Atlas. Refer to the European Atlas Maps for data on Bats : European Mammal Maps

Common Pipistrelle

Bats have not yet been Mapped in Portugal Mammal Atlas. Refer to the European Atlas Maps for data on Bats : European Mammal Maps

Soprano Pipistrelle

The Soprano Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pygmaeus) is a small bat that in taxonomy was only formally separated from the common pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) in 1999.
The two species were first distinguished on the basis of their different frequency echolocation calls. The common pipistrelle uses a call of 45 kHz, while the soprano pipistrelle echolocates at 55 kHz. The two species are sometimes called the 45 kHz pipistrelle and the 55 kHz pipistrelle, or the bandit pipistrelle(common) and the brown pipistrelle (soprano). Since the two species were split, a number of other differences, in appearance, habitat and food, have also been discovered.  As yet there is no distribution Map for the distribution of the Soprano Pipistrelle.

Bats have not yet been Mapped in Portugal Mammal Atlas. Refer to the European Atlas Maps for data on Bats : European Mammal Maps

Iberian Hare

European Rabbit

Southwestern Water Vole

Mediterranean Pine Vole

Wood Mouse

Black Rat

Garden Dormouse

Iberian Fox

Mediterranean Polecat

Beech Marten

Iberian Badger

Eurasian Otter

Common Genet

Iberian Mongoose

European Wildcat

Wild Boar

 

 

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Use of all the above maps courtesy of Map Courtesy of Bencatel J., Sabino-Marques H., Álvares F., Moura A.E. & Barbosa A.M. (2019) Atlas de Mamíferos de Portugal (2ª edição): http://atlas-mamiferos.uevora.pt

 

European Distribution Maps (Using 50x50km Grid Squares) for the Mammals found here can be found at:

European Mammal Maps

 

 

 

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