John O. Whitaker, Jr., Brian Lawhead; Foods of Myotis lucifugus in a Maternity Colony in Central Alaska. J Mammal 1992; 73 (3): 646-648. doi: 10.2307/1382037
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Foods of Myotis lucifugus at Salcha, near Fairbanks, Alaska, at a time of 24-h daylight were: small moths (71.1% by volume), spiders (16.8%), and mosquitos (1.8%).
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