Thanks for creating this taxon ID! Everytime we've tried to enter in a P. subflavus observation, it has been a bit frustrating.
iNat finally has a nice system for updating taxonomies in a way that doesn't totally sever links with partners like IUCN - the Pipistrellus subflavus - Perimyotis subflavus update is one IUCN hasn't yet made but now iNat can move ahead with: http://www.inaturalist.org/taxon_changes/2312
Based on photo alone - this guy seems huge for a pip and pips are usually lighter in coloration. Looks more like Nycticeius.
evening bats are extremely rare in Ohio. Our pips range from very light to rusty orange in color here.
Definitely a pip. The hands in the photo are fairly small too, so that throws the perspective.
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