Der Fledermaus

Gloat over it. Are nourished by it. Shudder and cling and cry out, but come back for more.

Myotis  (Kaup 1829) extant, ~6 cm long, is a typical microbat known from several dozen species. It retained an standard ungual only on the thumb. The rest were needle-like vestiges and the wing membrane extended to their tips. Half as long and derived from a sister to Icaronycteris, Myotis is a living specimen.

(Kaup extant, cm long, is a typical microbat known from several dozen species.

Bat anatomy

battime: “ Features of typical microchiropteran bats Drawing by R. Keane, based on Natural History (October ”

Bat anatomy by BioDivLibrary on Flickr.  Dierkundig mengelwerk :. Utrecht :A. van Paddenburg en J. van Schoonhoven,[1767]-1770..

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Frequently Asked Questions about Bats, by Rose Hauk, published by Western National Parks Association | Paul Mirocha Illustration

Do you have ques­tions about bats? If not, you will after read­ing this new book by Rose Hauk, pub­lished by West­ern National Parks Asso­ci­a­tion, illus­trated by Paul Mirocha.

I'm still trying to wrap myself around the anatomy of a bat.  Bats are the only mammal that can fly. =bat houses

"Bunjils helper ""Palyan"" - The Bat steals fire back from Crow (Wah) & gives it back to man (Kulin)

Gargoyle Wings Tutorial by ~Snowgoyless on deviantART

Gargoyle Wings Tutorial by Snowgoyless on deviantART~ Not sure how I feel about the gargoyle part, but it really helped me picture how to draw wings in general!

MOSHITA — Hunterian Museum II Joakim Blockstrom Idea that something or someone was once there

Elegance in Darkness — moshita: Hunterian Museum II Joakim Blockstrom

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A wicked fuck-ton of bat references. And if you want more anatomical references, go to this website and scroll down almost to the bottom.