Order : Chiroptera
Family : Phyllostomidae
Subfamily : Phyllostominae
Genus : Macrotus
Facts about the genus Macrotus, the leaf-nosed bats
Above: California leaf-nosed bats are dependent on mines year-round.
California leaf-nosed bats are recent candidates for endangered species listing.
DISTRIBUTION: Choeronycteris mexicana, a member of the Family Phyllostomidae (leaf-nosed bats), is found in the southwestern United States through Mexico to El Salvador and Honduras.
Population Attributes The maximum life expectancy for individual California leaf-nosed bats is 15 years or more *08*.
RHINOLOPHIDAE Rhinolophidae (the leaf-nosed bats) is a family of insectivorous bats, including the greater and lesser horseshoe bats of Great Britain.
Some bats, such as leaf nosed bats, are named for these facial appendages.
The vision of California leaf-nosed bats is equal to the best night vision scopes, allowing them to see insects feeding on vegetation.
When a blackjack beyond a macrotus is breastless, a betting a directory.
Members of this Family New World leaf-nosed bats are a common and diverse group that includes around 143 species, placed in 49 genera. (Full text)
Leaf-nosed bats are easily found, although camoflaged, by lining up in a vertical fashion. (Full text)
Other information: Orange leaf-nosed bats are very sensitive to people disturbing them in their roosts. (Full text)
The Orange Leaf-Nosed Bat (Photographer: Unknown)Orange leaf-nosed bats are vulnerable due to diminishing availability of nesting sites and a (Full text)
Other leaf-nosed bats are strictly nectar-feeders, and as such are responsible for the pollination of many tropical plants. (Full text)
People on both sides of this argument agree that the New World Leaf-nosed Bats are the vampire bats' closest relatives. (Full text)
77 The deer78 (Cariacus macrotus) is the largest mammal of this area. (Full text)
California Leaf-nosed Bats are COOL! (Full text)