Kelawar ladam

Kelawar ladam membentuk keluarga kelawar Rhinolophidae. Sebagai tambahan kepada genus hidup tunggal, Rhinolophus, satu genus pupus, Palaeonycteris, telah diakui. Hipposideridae yang berkait rapat kadangkala termasuk dalam kelawar kuda sebagai subkeluarga, Hipposiderinae. Kedua-dua keluarga diklasifikasikan dalam subordinat Yinpterochiroptera atau Pteropodiformes dan sebelum ini dimasukkan ke dalam Microchiroptera.[1]

Kelawar ladam
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Rhinolophus hipposideros
Klasifikasi saintifik e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Chiroptera
Family: Rhinolophidae

Gray, 1825
Subfamily: Rhinolophinae

Gray, 1825
Genus: Rhinolophus

Lacépède, 1799
Jenis spesies
Vespertilio ferrum-equinum

Schreber, 1774
Spesies

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Genus Rhinolophus

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