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Caloptilia megalotis Caloptilia megalotis is a moth of the Gracillariidae family. It is known from New South Wales, Australia and Meghalaya, India.
Long-eared gymnure "Hylomys megalotis" is a type of gymnure. Compared to other "Hylomys" species, "H. megalotis" has rounder, more prominent, and larger ears. Its soles and tarsals are naked, and it has long and moderately stout claws. The skull of "H. megalotis" is elongated, flattened, and moderately slender.
Little big-eared bat "M. megalotis" is an opportunistic feeder. Its stomach is relatively simple. "M. megalotis" may alternate its diet between insects, fruit, nectar, and pollen, consuming the latter when insect populations are low. It prefers small, hard bodied insects, such as small beetles, rather than large, soft bodied insects. "M. megalotis" is slow-flying and highly maneuverable, it is also able to hover. Although the food source of "M. megalotis" is mainly composed of flying insects and caught mid-flight, it can also find food while perched on vegetation.
El Moro Canyon virus EMCV was isolated from western harvest mice (Reithrodontomys megalotis), in El Moro Canyon in southeastern Colorado in 1995.
Beira (antelope) The beira ("Dorcatragus megalotis") is a small arid adapted antelope that inhabits arid regions of the Horn of Africa.
Long-eared gymnure Among the sizes of "Hylomys", "H. megalotis" is medium in size. However, they have longer tail. Its tail is about 75% of its head and body length. Instead of having flattened spinous hairs, it has grey, long, soft and fine furs. Unlike other "Hylomys" species, "H. megalotis" has stronger and tougher teeth.
Hantavirus In Mexico a number of rodents have been found to carry hantaviruses: "Megadontomys thomasi", "Neotoma picta", "Peromyscus beatae", "Reithrodontomys megalotis" and "Reithrodontomys sumichrasti".
Long-eared gymnure The term "Hylomys" is referred as lesser gymnures. The term "megalotis" is derived from the two Greek words ""megas"" and ""otos,"" which means "large" and "ears", respectively.
Little big-eared bat "M. megalotis" feeds mostly on insects and possibly fruit, currently there is not enough data to determine if this species eats a large amount of fruit or to pinpoint what kind of fruit it eats. Small beetles make up the majority of this bat’s diet, with grasshoppers, crickets, cockroaches, and katydids coming in second. Diet of these bats may depend on the season. Diet may also depend on the foraging habitat, but "M. megalotis" usually sticks to eating noisy insects.
Little big-eared bat "M. megalotis" is widely distributed and can be found in many habitats including wet and dry areas, evergreen and deciduous forests, swamps, and clearings. These bats occur throughout South America, Central America, and Mexico. In its genus, "Micronycteris", "M. megalotis" is thought to be the most widely distributed. They occupy small caverns, crevices of rocky outcrops, spaces under bridges, tunnels, buildings, and houses. At lower elevations, these bats may roost in hollow trees and logs.