Scientific Name
Stenoderma rufum rufum
Desmarest, 1820:117
Artibaeus undatus Gervais, 1855
Common Name/s
Red fig-eating bat, Desmarest's red fruit bat
St. John & St. Thomas, Virgin Islands
Last Record
IUCN status
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[b]Original Scientific Description:[/b]

Desmarest, A. G. (1820). Mammalogie, ou description des espéces de mammifères. Paris, 1: 1-276.

[b]Species Bibliography:[/b]

Allen, Glover M. (1942). [url=]Extinct and vanishing mammals of the Western Hemisphere with the marine species of all the oceans[/url]. New York, N.Y.: American Committee for International Wildlife Protection, Special Publications 11: 1-620.

Gannon, M. R., M. R. Willig, and J. K. Jones, Jr. (1992). Morphometric variation, measurement error, and fluctuating asymmetry in the red fig-eating bat (STENODERMA RUFUM). Texas J. Sci. 44(4): 389-404.

Genoways, Hugh H. and Baker, Robert J. (1972). [url=]Stenoderma rufum[/url]. Mammalian Species 18: 1-4, 4 figs.

Hall, E. Raymond and Bee, James W. (1960). The red fig-eating bat Stenoderma rufum Desmarest found alive in the West Indies. Mammalia 24: 67-75. [[url=]Abstract[/url]]

Hall, E. Raymond and Tamsitt, J. R. (1968). A new subspecies of the red fig-eating bat from Puerto Rico. Life Sci. Occas. Papers, Royal Ontario Mus. 11: 1-5.

Jones, J. Knox Jnr., Genoways, Hugh H. and Baker, Robert J. (1971). [url=]Morphological variation in [i]Stenoderma rufum[/i][/url]. Journal of Mammalogy 52(1): 244-247.

Rodriguez, A. and Dávalos, L. (2011). Stenoderma rufum. In: IUCN 2013. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2013.1. ( Downloaded on 21 July 2013.