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Scientific Name: Lasiurus seminolus

Description: The Seminole Bat (Lasiurus seminolus) has red-brown fur with white tips. It has been confused with the Eastern Red Bat. It weight ranges from 9-14 grams and has an average length of 103 mm.

Distribution: This bat is rare in Texas
Map of the Seminole Bat in Texas

About the Seminole Bat: It has recently been found that these bats roost in the small clumps of needles in pine trees. Usually just one individual, or a female with her young is found in the tree. They change roosts frequently. Females give birth to two pups. This species of bats eat insects.

Status: Least Concern
For more information go to the IUCN Red List Website about the Seminole Bat

For more information go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Seminole Bat Fact Sheet

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