Seminole Bat (Lasiurus seminolus)
The Seminole bat is common in the southeastern United States. Due to its coloring, the Seminole bat is often confused with the red bat as it is mahogany in color with a frosted look due to white tipped dorsal hairs. Coloring is not sexually dimorphic, meaning that males and females are similar in color. Average weight is around 12 grams with females being larger than males.
Roosting Preference: Solitary - typically found in Spanish moss.
Diet: Insectivores - are known to feed on ants, bees, wasps, beetles, and moths.