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References Cited within the Web Site

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Photo Credits
With thanks to:
- Merlin D. Tuttle for his kind donation of the images taken of bats in their natural habitat.
- Michael Novacek for providing the image of Icaronycteris index
- John Altringham for allowing the use of his illusatrations