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Wagner's Mastiff Bat

Description:
A large bat. Gray or nearly black; slightly paler below. Free tail extends far beyond n interfemoral membrane. Ears joined at base. Wings long and narrow.

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Brazilian Free-tailed Bat

Description:      
The smallest free-tailed bat. Dark brown or dark gray above, with hairs whitish at base. Ears separated at base. Calcar pointed backward. Tail extend beyond interfemoral membrane for more than half its length.

 

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Rafinesque's Big-eared Bat

Description:      
Brown, with white-tipped fur on belly. Wings and interfemoral membrane naked. Large ears extend to middle of back when laid down. 2 large glandular lumps on nose.

 

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Eastern Pipistrelle

Description:      
The smallest bat in the East. Reddish to light brown. Hairs tricolored: dark at base, pale in middle, dark at tip. Calcar not keeled. Tragus blunt. 1 tiny premolar behind canine.

 

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Big Brown Bat

Description:      
A large bat. Brown above, varying from light (in deserts) to dark (in forests), usually glossy; belly paler, with hairs dark at base; wings and interfemoral membrane black. Calcar keeled. No reduced premolar behind canine. No fur on wings or interfemoral membrane. Tragus short, broad, and rounded.

 

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Evening Bat

Description:      
Reddish brown to dark brown above; tawny below. No fur on wings or interfemoral membrane. Calcar not keeled. Tragus short and curved. 1 upper incisor; no reduced premolar behind canine.

 

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Northern Yellow Bat

Description:      
A large bat. Yellowish brow, washed with black above. Long, silky fur. Inner half of interfemoral membrane will furred above. Rather large, pointed ears, Tragus broad below, tapering near tip.

 

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Seminole Bat

Description:      
Mahogany brown, with slight silver frosting. Interfemoral membrane furred above. Ears short and rounded; tragus very short.

 

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Hoary Bat

Description:      
The larges bat in its range in the East. Pale brown above, with tips of fur heavily frosted white; throat buffy yellow. Ears short and rounded, with black, naked rims. Interfemoral membrane well furred above.

 

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Eastern Red Bat

Description:      
Males bright red or orange-red; females dull red, brick, or chestnut; both sexes frosted white on back and breast, with whitish patch on each shoulder. Ears small and rounded; tragus small Interfemoral membrane furred above.

 

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Southeastern Myotis

Description:      
Dull brown, with short, thick, woolly fur; hairs show little or no contras in color between base and tip. Toes have long hairs extending beyond tips of claws. Skull had sagittal crest (bony ridge extending along top from front to back) that can be felt though the skin. Calcar not keeled. Typical short, rounded tragus.

 

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Miscellaneous

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Common Raccoon

Description:      
Usually gray-brown or orange-brown above, with much black; grayish below. Face has black mask outline in white. Tail bushy , with 4-6 altering black and brown or brownish-gray rings. Ears are  relatively small.

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Virginia Opossum

Description:      
House cat size. Grizzled white above; long white hairs cover black—tipped fur below. In some area, individuals may appear grayish or blackish. Long, naked prehensile tail. Head and throat whitish; ears large, naked, black with pinkish tips. Legs shore; first toe of hind foot opposable (thumb-like) and lacks claw. Female has fur-lines abdominal pouch.

 

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Eastern Mole "Common Mole"

Description:      
Short, velvety fur; gray in north parts of range, brownish or tan in southern and western parts. Forefeet broader than long, with palms turned out; toes slightly webbed. Tail very short and nearly naked. Snout long, flexible, and naked. No visible eyes.

 

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Common Gray Fox

Description:      
Grizzled gray above, reddish on lower sides, chest, and back of head; throat and belly white. Tail similarly colored, but has black “mane” on top and black tip Leg and feet rust-colored. Ears prominent.

 

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Coyote

Description:      
Grizzled gray or orangish gray above, with buff underparts. Long, rusty or yellowish legs with dark vertical line on lower foreleg. Bushy tail with black tip. Ears prominent. Slender. Pointed snout. Nose pad to  1”.

 

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Red Fox

Description:      
Rusty reddish above; white under parts, chin, and throat. Long, bushy tail with tip. Prominent pointed ears. Backs of ears, lower legs, and feet black. Color variation include a black phase (almost completely black), a silver phase(black with silver-tipped hairs), a cross phase (reddish brown with a dark cross across shoulder), and intermediate phases; all have with-tipped tail.

 

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Norway Rat "Common Rat, "Brown Rat", "Water Rat", "Sewer Rat"

Description:      
Brownish gray above; grayish below. Scaly tail slightly less than half total length, darker above than below. Small eyes. Prominent ears.

 

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Black Rat "Roof Rat", "Ship Rat"

Description:      
Brownish or grayish above; underparts grayish to whitish, but not white. Scaly sparsely haired tail uniformly dark; longer than half total length. Prominent ears.

 

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Eastern Gray Squirl

Description:      
Gray above, with buff under fur showing especially on head, shoulder, back, and feet; underparts paler gray. Flattened tail bushy, gray with silvery-tipped hairs.

 

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Southern Flying Squirrel

Description:      
A very small squirrel, Very silky coat grayish brown above, with below, with hairs all white from tip to base. Loose fold of skin between foreleg and hind leg. Flattened, gray-brown tail. Large black eyes.

 

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Eastern Spotted Skunk

Description:      
A small skunk, virtually identical to Western Spotted Skunk. Black with horizontal with stripes on neck and shoulders, irregular vertical stripes and elongated spots on sides. White spots on top of head, between yes. Tail with white tip.

 

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Bobcat

Description:      
Tawny (grayer in winter), with indistinct dark spotting. Short, stubby tail, with 2 or 3 black bars and black top above; pale or white below. Upper legs have dark or black horizontal bars. Face has thin, often broken black lines radiating onto brad cheek ruff. Ears slightly tufted. Male larger than female.

 

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Southern Pocket Gopher

Description:      
Various shades of brown, according to soil color. Relatively short, nearly naked tail.

 

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