Hawaiian Hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus)
Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND
Lasiurus cinereus is a large and distinctively marked bat with long narrow wings. Its fur is long and soft, dark brown to black at the base, followed by a broad band of cream color, then a slightly narrower band of mahogany brown, tipped with white. The outer three colors are visible from the surface, giving the fur a hoary appearance. The bat has a distinctive yellowish-brown collar under its chin and yellowish ears edged in black. Dense fur extends to the tip of its tail and just beyond the wrists along the undersides of its wings, with distinctive white patches on the shoulders and wrists. Its forearm measures 50-57 mm and this bat weighs 20-38 g. It can be distinguished from all others by its coloration and size.
- States/US Territories in which the Hawaiian Hoary bat, Entire is known to or is believed to occur: Hawaii
- US Counties in which the Hawaiian Hoary bat, Entire is known to or is believed to occur: View All
- USFWS Refuges in which the Hawaiian Hoary bat, Entire is known to occur:
Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge, Oahu Forest National Wildlife Refuge
|Status||Date Listed||Lead Region||Where Listed|
|10/13/1970||Pacific Region (Region 1)||Entire|
» Federal Register Documents
|Date||Title||Plan Action Status||Plan Status|
|05/11/1998||Recovery Plan for the Hawaiian Hoary Bat||View Implementation Progress||Final|
|Date||Citation Page||Title||Document Type|
|03/16/2009||74 FR 11130 11133||Initiation of 5-Year Reviews of 103 Species in Hawaii||
|09/30/2011||Hawaiian Hoary Bat (Lasiurus cinereus semotus), 5-Year Review Summary and Evaluation|
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