Project 2737: S. J. Hand, R. M. Beck, M. Archer, N. B. Simmons, G. F. Gunnell, R. P. Scofield, A. J. Tennyson, V. L. De Pietri, S. W. Salisbury, T. H. Worthy. 2018. A new, large-bodied omnivorous bat (Noctilionoidea: Mystacinidae) reveals lost morphological and ecological diversity since the Miocene in New Zealand. Scientific Reports. 8 (1):null.
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Czaplewski, N. J. and Morgan, G. S. 2012. New basal noctilionoid bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera) from the Oligocene of subtropical North America. In Evolutionary History of Bats: Fossils, Molecules and Morphology. pp. 162-209, Gunnell, G. F. and Simmons, N. B. ed. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
Czaplewski, N.J. 1997. Chiroptera. Vertebrate Paleontology in the Neotropics. pp. 410-431, Kay, R.F., Madden, R.H., Cifelli, R.L. and Flynn, J.J. ed. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C..
Czaplewski, N.J., Krejca, J. and Miller, T.E. 2003. Late Quaternary Bats from Cebada Cave, Chiquibul Cave System, Belize. Caribbean Journal of Science. Vol. 39(1), pp. 23-33.
Czaplewski, N.J. and Peachey, W.D. 2003. Late Pleistocene Bats from Arkenstone Cave, Arizona. The Southwestern Naturalist. Vol. 48(4), pp. 597-609.
Czaplewski, N.J., Takai, M., Naeher, T.M., Shigehara, N. and Setoguchi, T. 2003. Additional bats from the middle Miocene La Venta fauna of Colombia. Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias. Vol. 27(103), pp. 263-282.