New York Natural Heritage Program
Tri-colored Bat
Perimyotis subflavus (Menu, 1984)

New York State Distribution [-]
Prior to the start of WNS tri-colored bats were recorded in winter hibernacula in all regions of the state where mines and caves have been surveyed. They were more common (>10 individuals) in hibernacula in southern and western New York. The remaining distribution of tri-colored bats in New York is not known. Their statewide range may have contracted since the start of WNS.

Global Distribution [-]
Tri-colored bats are found in eastern North America along the east coast as far south as Georgia and north into Nova Scotia and southern Quebec and Ontario. Their western range extent includes eastern Minnesota in the north and Texas to the northeast corner of Mexico in the south.