Výskyt drobných savců na území Biosférické rezervace Dolní Morava (rozířená Biosférická rezervace Pálava). Část II. Netopýři – Microchiroptera [Distribution of small mammals in the Biosphere Reserve Lower Morava (extended BR Pálava). Part II. Bats – Micro
Tomáš Bartonička, Josef Chytil, Zdeněk Řehák, Jiří Gaisler
All available faunistic data on the occurrence of bats within the Lower Morava BR (extended Pálava BR), collected in the years 1954–2003, were summarized. In addition to the list of records, the distribution of each species is shown in detailed grid maps. In total, 22 bat species have been recorded (including Nyctalus lasiopterus, the occurrence of which remains uncertain). Nyctalus noctula, Myotis daubentonii, Pipistrellus pygmaeus, and Eptesicus serotinus were found to be the most abundant species. Rhinolophus hipposideros, Myotis emarginatus and Plecotus austriacus are less common but characteristic of this relatively warm region. For the first time, Myotis dasycneme was documented in the area as a rare but possibly reproducing species. On the contrary, Myotis blythii is probably a temporary inhabitant of the area not reproducing there at present. Rare records of some species can be considered immigrations from southward or eastward situated regions, like in the case of the only record of Rhinolophus ferrumequinum made fifty years ago.