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New World leaf-nosed bats are usually brown, grey, or black, although one species is white.
The New World leaf-nosed bats (Phyllostomidae) are found throughout Central and South America, from Mexico to northern Argentina.
It is classified as a leaf-nosed bat but does not have a leaf nose.
The obstetrician remarked that he looked "more like a leaf-nosed bat than a baby," another truth.
It is a neotropical leaf-nosed bat (a member of the family Phyllostomidae).
It is able to generate the largest biting force, relative to its size of any of the leaf-nosed bats.
On a new genus and species of leaf-nosed bats in the museum at Fort Pitt.
The striped leaf-nosed bat can be found primarily in East and Southern Africa.
On many occasions, leaf-nosed bats roost in tunnels less than 20 feet deep and fairly brightly lit.
Similar nose-leaves are found in some other groups of bat, most notably the Old World leaf-nosed bats.
Leaf-nosed bats rely on eyesight as well as echolocation.
Leaf-nosed bats seem to be totally insectivorous, and their food clearly reflects the bats' foraging habits.
Anoura is a genus of leaf-nosed bats from Central and South America.
Dermanura is a genus of leaf-nosed bats.
"Before, people thought that leaf-nosed bats were the dominant species because they were the ones getting caught in the nets," says Mr. Miller.
The virus was isolated from the brain of a dead Commerson's leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros commersoni).
Hipposideridae is a family of bats commonly known as the "Old World Leaf-nosed Bats".
The common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus) is a small, leaf-nosed bat native to the Americas.
Probably the most common member of the chiroptera family locally is the Commerson's leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros commersoni).
The striped leaf-nosed bat can be found locally within caves and occasionally, roosting in trees and under the eaves of buildings.
Leaf-nosed bats (phyllostomids)
Family Phyllostomidae (leaf-nosed bats)
The dwarf little fruit bat (Rhinophylla pumilio) is a species of leaf-nosed bat from South America.
The California leaf-nosed bat (Macrotus californicus) is a species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
Phyllostomidae (Leaf-nosed Bat)
Diadem leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros diadema)
The flowers are pollinated by bats in the family Phyllostomidae.
Sturnira is a genus of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
Others suggested a relationship with the vespertilionid genus Plecotus or the Phyllostomidae.
Within Phyllostomidae is the subfamily Stenodermatinae, members of which are sometimes called tailless bats.
New genus and species of fossil bat (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) from Cuba.
This bat is the only bat of the family Phyllostomidae in the United States to have large ears, usually over 2.5 centimeters.
The hairy little fruit bat (Rhinophylla alethina) is a species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
The pygmy fruit-eating bat (Artibeus phaeotis) is a bat of the family Phyllostomidae.
A new fossil bat (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae) from a Quaternary cave deposit in Cuba.
Sowell's short-tailed bat (Carollia sowelli) is a common bat species in the family Phyllostomidae.
Phyllops falcatus (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae).
Davis's round-eared bat (Lophostoma evotis) is a species of Central American bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
The southern long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris curasoae) is a South American species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
The greater spear-nosed bat (Phyllostomus hastatus) is a bat species of the family Phyllostomidae from South and Central America.
Along with the genus, Rhinophylla, Carollia makes up the subfamily Carolliinae of family Phyllostomidae, the leaf-nosed bats.
Rosenberg's fruit-eating bat, Artibeus rosenbergi (often misspelled rosenbergii), is a species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
Davies's big-eared bat or the graybeard bat (Glyphonycteris daviesi) is a species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
The bat families found in North America are Vespertilionidae, Molossidae, Antrozoidae, Mormoopidae and Phyllostomidae.
The Puerto Rican flower bat (Phyllonycteris major) is an extinct species of bat from the family Phyllostomidae (leaf-nosed bats).
The bat Uroderma bilobatum is a member of the family Phyllostomidae, which contains 49 genera and a greater variety in feeding habits than any other bat family.
Along with the genera, Diaemus and Diphylla, Desmodus makes up the subfamily Desmodontinae of family Phyllostomidae, the vampire bats.
The Cuban flower bat (Phyllonycteris poeyi), also called Poey's flower bat, is a species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
Thomas's fruit-eating bat (Artibeus watsoni), sometimes also popularly called Watson's fruit-eating bat, is a species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae.
Phyllostomidae belongs to the Superfamily Noctilionoidea, which contains the Fisherman Bats, Ghost-Faced bats, and short-tailed bats.
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