Origin of pipistrelle
Examples from the Web for pipistrelle
The Pipistrelle feeds upon insects but will eat flesh if opportunity serves.Natural History in Anecdote|Various
It includes only the North American N. humeralis (crepuscularis), a bat scarcely larger than the pipistrelle.
Two of the commonest species, the Pipistrelle, and the Long-eared Bat are among the latter.A Book of Natural History|Various
Pipistrel, Pipistrelle, pip-is-trel′, n. a small reddish-brown bat.
This pipistrelle probably inhabits all of northern and northwestern Utah in suitable habitats.Additional Records and Extensions of Known Ranges of Mammals from Utah|Stephen D. Durrant