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The French Guianan endemic Molossus barnesi (Chiroptera: Molossidae) is a junior synonym for M. coibensis

The French Guianan endemic Molossus barnesi (Chiroptera: Molossidae) is a junior synonym for M. coibensis

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CATZEFLIS, François, Yann GAGER, Manuel RUEDI, Benoit DE THOISY, 2016. The French Guianan endemic Molossus barnesi (Chiroptera: Molossidae) is a junior synonym for M. coibensis. In: Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde. 81(5), pp. 431-438. ISSN 1616-5047. eISSN 1618-1476. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.mambio.2016.05.004

@article{Catzeflis2016Frenc-36732, title={The French Guianan endemic Molossus barnesi (Chiroptera: Molossidae) is a junior synonym for M. coibensis}, year={2016}, doi={10.1016/j.mambio.2016.05.004}, number={5}, volume={81}, issn={1616-5047}, journal={Mammalian Biology - Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde}, pages={431--438}, author={Catzeflis, François and Gager, Yann and Ruedi, Manuel and de Thoisy, Benoit} }

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