Synsets for "carnivorous bat"

Synset: carnivorous_bat.n.01

Synonyms: carnivorous_bat

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: typically having large ears and feeding primarily on insects; worldwide in distribution

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Lemmas: carnivorous_bat microbat

Hypernym: bat

Hyponym: brown_bat freetail leafnose_bat mastiff_bat mouse-eared_bat vampire_bat vespertilian_bat

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Eudiscoderma Eudiscoderma is a genus of large carnivorous bats in the family Megadermatidae, contains only one species, the Thongaree’s Disc-nosed Bat ("Eudiscoderma thongareeae") found in southern peninsular Thailand and probably Peninsular Malaysia.
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List of Venus flytrap cultivars The names in the list above are all documented, registered and accepted by the International Carnivorous Plant Society, the International Cultivar Registration Authority for carnivorous plant cultivars.
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List of carnivorous plant periodicals This list of carnivorous plant periodicals is a listing of periodicals devoted to the subject of carnivorous plants, most of which are (or were) published by carnivorous plant societies. The list includes magazines and journals as well as supplementary newsletters. Notable online periodicals are also listed.
International Carnivorous Plant Society The International Carnivorous Plant Society (ICPS) is a non-profit organization founded in 1972. It is the International Cultivar Registration Authority for carnivorous plants. As of June 2011, the society had around 1400 members.
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Carnivore Plants that capture and digest insects (and, at times, other small animals) are called carnivorous plants. Similarly, fungi that capture microscopic animals are often called carnivorous fungi.
Hydromyles "Hydromyles" species are pelagic, carnivorous and viviparous.
Carnivorous Plant Newsletter Since December 2006, all back issues of the "Carnivorous Plant Newsletter" are available as PDFs from the website of the International Carnivorous Plant Society. Articles older than 3 years are open to non-members.
Carnivorous Plants of Australia Carnivorous Plants of Australia is a three-volume work on carnivorous plants by Allen Lowrie. The three tomes were published in 1987, 1989, and 1998, by University of Western Australia Press.