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Mammalsthreatened and/or endangeredNew World Fruit Bats

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Jamaican Fruit-eating Bat
Artibeus jamaicensis

Sole bat in Eastern US with noseleaf that has no tail. Shades of brown on upperparts; grayish and so… read more

Mexican Long-tongued Bat
Choeronycteris mexicana

Medium-sized leaf-nosed bat with grayish to brownish fur, an elongated muzzle, and a prominent nose … read more

Hairy-legged Vampire Bat
Diphylla ecaudata

Usually gray-brown (sometimes dark brown) above; paler below. Surface of interfemoral membrane well … read more

Southern Long-nosed Bat
Leptonycteris curasoae

Reddish brown back; belly brownish. Erect leaf-shaped projection on tip of long nose. Large eyes. No… read more

Mexican Long-nosed Bat
Leptonycteris nivalis

The only leaf-nosed bat occurring in Texas, this species may overlap with the Lesser Long-nosed Bat … read more

California Leaf-nosed Bat
Macrotus californicus

Long ears (more than 25mm), gray fur, and a distinct, leaflike appendage on the tip of the nose. Tai… read more

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