Nectar bats and relatives
Order : Chiroptera
Family : Phyllostomidae
Subfamily : Lonchophyllinae
Facts about the subfamily Lonchophyllinae, the nectar bats and relatives
In fact, fruit and nectar bats are crucial to the survival of the rain forests.
At these locations, the most abundant nectar bats are the lesser long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris curasoae), the greater long-nosed bat (L.
Did you know fruit and nectar bats are vegetarians?
Find out what fruit and nectar bats are and the importance of fruit and nectar bats in tropical ecosystems.
Parental investment in reproduction of Thomas's nectar bats is unknown. (Full text)
curasoae is recommended so that any changes in the use of the IFNM by nectar bats is recognized. (Full text)
The night roost is a significant discovery since it tells us that nectar bats are probably feeding and definitely roosting in the IFNM. (Full text)