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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Maitre, E., Sigé, B. and Escarguel, G. 2008. A new family of bats in the Paleogene: Systematics and implications for the origin of emballonurids and rhinolophoids. Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Palaontologie. Abhandlungen. Vol. 250(2), pp. 199-216.
Menu, H. and Sige, B. 1971. Nyctalodontie et myotodonty, importants caracteres de grades evolutifs chez les chiropteres entomophages. C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris. Vol. 272, pp. 1735-1738.
Morgan, G.S. and Czaplewski, N.J. 2003. A new bat (Chiroptera: natalidae) from the early Miocene of Florida, with comments on natalid phylogeny. Journal of Mammalogy. Vol. 84, pp. 729-752.
Morgan, G.S., Linares, O.J. and Ray, C.E. 1988. New Species of Fossil Vampire Bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Desmodontidae) From Florida and Venezuela. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. Vol. 101(4), pp. 912-928. Biological Society of Washington.