IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)

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The Egyptian pipistrelle is a small bat. Body color lighter than Kuhl’s pipistrelle. Fur on the upperparts of the body long, dense, varying from dark yellow to brown. The underside fur paler than on the upperparts. A white stripe along the wing membrane very wide, usually more than 5 mm wide and in some individual’s skin also white along the fingers and veins in the flight membrane. Naked skin on face light-brown or orange. Ears long, rounded at the tips, with long tragus. Muzzle cylindrical. Female Egyptian pipistrelle is larger than the male.


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