Morphometric differentiation and species status of the allopatric fruit-eating bats Artibeus jamaicensis and A. planirostris in Venezuela. Studies on Neotropical. By Lydia Hollis. Published 15 July by the American Society of Mammalogists. Artibeus planirostris (Spix, ). Flat-faced Fruit-eating Bat. Phyllostoma. Artibeus planirostris (Spix, ) (Phyllostomidae) is the commonest and the second largest frugivorous bat inhabiting the Pantanal floodplain and its.
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Jamaican flower bat P. Bokermann’s nectar bat L.
Commissaris’s long-tongued bat G. Benkeith’s short-tailed bat C. Pale spear-nosed bat P. Underwood’s long-tongued bat H. The patagiumthe skin between the legs, is very small, and they lack a tail — a general characteristic of the fruit bats.
Little white-shouldered bat A. In a few species, the faces have four light-colored stripes. Retrieved from ” https: Mexican long-tongued bat C.
Lionycteris Chestnut long-tongued bat L. Velvety fruit-eating bat E. Johns Hopkins University Presspp. Velvety fruit-eating bat E. Lonchorhina sword-nosed bats Tomes’s sword-nosed bat L. Commissaris’s long-tongued bat G. Dark long-tongued bat L.
Hairy-legged vampire planirostria D. Phylloderma Pale-faced bat P.
Flat-faced fruit-eating bat Conservation status. Vieira’s long-tongued bat X. The offspring usually consists of one young, which is weaned after two months and becomes sexually mature at an age of eight to twelve months. Least big-eared bat N.
Flat-faced fruit-eating bat
Insular single leaf bat M. Desmodus Common vampire bat D. Brown flower bat E. Antillean fruit-eating bat B. They feed almost entirely on fruit, although they may also eat small quantities of insects and mites. Erophylla Brown flower bat E. Pygmy round-eared bat L.
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Brazilian big-eyed bat C. Chrotopterus Big-eared woolly bat C. Bokermann’s nectar bat L. They live in different natural habitats and can be found in both forests and grasslands. ;lanirostris well-developed uropatagium stretches between the legs, but there is no visible tail. The fur is brownish-grey over most of the body, becoming grey on the underparts, although there are faint whitish stripes on the face.
Benkeith’s short-tailed bat C. Common vampire bat D. Brazilian big-eyed bat C.
Artibeus aequatorialis Artibeus amplus Artibeus concolor Artibeus fimbriatus Artibeus fraterculus Artibeus hirsutus Artibeus inopinatus Artibeus jamaicensis Artibeus lituratus Artibeus obscurus Artibeus planirostris Artibeus schwartzi. Pale spear-nosed bat P.