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Kelawar Malaysia / Bats of Malaysia

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  • 2021
  • Pages
    80
  • Publisher
    Kementerian Tenaga & Sumber Asli
  • Country
    Malaysia
  • Language
    Malay
  • ISBN
    9789670250373
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Abstract

Ada sebanyak 143 spesies kelawar yang direkodkan di Malaysia. Ia mewakili lebih kurang 10% fauna kelawar dunia dan 40% spesies mamalia di Malaysia. Buku ini mengandungi maklumat terkini tentang spesies kelawar terpilih di Malaysia. Gambar terbaik telah dipilih untuk menyerlahkan halaman buku. Pembaca boleh mendapatkan maklumat lanjut daripada pangkalan data MyBIS yang boleh diakses secara percuma melalui kod QR.

There are 143 bats species recorded from Malaysia. This number represents about 10% of the world's bats fauna and 40% of Malaysian mammal species. This book contains updated information on selected species of bats in Malaysia. The best pictures have been selected to highlight the pages of the book. Readers can get detailed information for each species from the MyBIS database that can be accessed online for free via QR code.

Citation

Senawi, J. & Norhayati, A. (2021). Kelawar Malaysia / Bats of Malaysia. Kementerian Tenaga & Sumber Asli, Malaysia. pp. 80.

Species   136 records

by Kingdom Species
  • Animals 136
  • Total 136
by IUCN Status Species
  • Critically Endangered 1
  • Endangered 1
  • Vulnerable 11
  • Near Threatened 14
  • Least Concern 85
  • Data Deficient 15
  • Total 127
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136 records
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