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Hypsugo cadornae (Thomas, 1916)
No subspecies, known only by nominate form.
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A medium-sized bat with a relatively short tail completely enclosed in the interfemoral membrane. The forearm length averages 35.1 mm (32.6 - 36.5 mm). Ears relatively large; tragus short, widest in the middle and narrow towards the rounded tip. The pelage is long and dense. Dorsal pelage is dark brown throughout. Ventral surface a paler chestnut brown. Ears and membranes uniformly dark brown, naked. Interfemoral membrane essentially naked, except for a few hairs adjacent to the body and tail.
Externally, this species looks very similar to Hypsugo savii.
Not much is known about this species' ecology.
India - Sikkim and West Bengal
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