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Bats on New England wool properties

Northern Tablelands Project Fact Sheet: 2

N Reid, S Green, G Ford,

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Small, insect eating bats (‘microbats’) fulfill an important role on wool properties, that of natural pest control. Microbats eat a wide range of invertebrates, predominantly moths, beetles and bugs, with some species also consuming mosquitoes and grasshopppers.

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Author(s):
N Reid, S Green, G Ford,
SeriesNorthern Tablelands Fact Sheets
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id: 230 / created: 12 October, 2007 / last updated: 02 July, 2009