The hairy-tailed bat (Lasiurus ebenus), is a bat species originally known only from its type locality, Ilha do Cardoso State Park in Brazil. A second specimen was.
Lasiurus is the genus comprising hairy-tailed bats. The generic name Lasiurus is derived from the Greek lasios (hairy) and oura (tail). It contains some of the.
Most hairy-tailed bats are woodland animals that capture insects in flight, though Eastern red bats L. borealis at least will alight on vegetation to.