Animal Age

How old does a Long-legged myotis get? (age expectancy)

What is the maximal age a Long-legged myotis reaches?

An adult Long-legged myotis (Myotis volans) usually gets as old as 4.25 years.

When born, they weight 1 grams (0 lbs) and measure 4.3 cm (0′ 2″). As a member of the Vespertilionidae family (genus: Myotis), a Long-legged myotis gets offspring up to 1 times per year. Fully grown, they reach a bodylength of 5.2 cm (0′ 3″).

As a reference: Usually, humans get as old as 100 years, with the average being around 75 years. After being carried in the belly of their mother for 280 days (40 weeks), they grow to an average size of 1.65m (5′ 5″) and weight in at 62 kg (137 lbs), which is obviously highly individual.

A Long-legged myotis gets as old as 4.25 years

The long-legged myotis (Myotis volans) is a species of vesper bat that can be found in western Canada, Mexico, and the western United States.

Animals of the same family as a Long-legged myotis

Not really brothers and sisters, but from the same biological family (Vespertilionidae):

Animals that reach the same age as Long-legged myotis

With an average age of 4.25 years, Long-legged myotis are in good companionship of the following animals:

Weighting as much as Long-legged myotis

A fully grown Long-legged myotis reaches around 8 grams (0.02 lbs). So do these animals: