First offshore observation of parti-coloured bat Vespertilio murinus in the Belgian part of the North Sea

Robin Brabant, Yves Laurent, René-Marie Lafontaine, Bob Vandendriessche, Steven Degraer

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parti-coloured bat; Vespertilio murinus; Belgian part of the North Sea

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26496/bjz.2016.40

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