Product images of Bats
Zoological study of eight species of bat, including:
1. Peter’s tube-nosed bat, Harpiola grisea, referred to in the associated text as Vesperugo abigularis.
2. Yucatan yellow bat, Rhogeessa aeneus, referred to here as Vesperugo parvulus.
3. Geoffroy’s tailless bat, Anoura geoffroyi, referred to here as Glossonycteris lasiopyga.
4. The wing of a Saccopteryx sac-winged bat, referred to here as Saccopteryx plicata.
5. Greater long-nosed bat, Leptonycteris nivalis, referred to here as Ischnoglossa nivalis.
6. Hairy-legged vampire bat, Diphylla ecaudata, referred to here as the same.
7. Greater broad-nosed bat, Platyrrhinus vittatus, referred to here as Vampyrops vittatus.
8. Wrinkle-faced bat, Centurio senex, referred to here as Centurio macmurtrii.
Table 3 from Biologia centrali-Americana; or, Contributions to the knowledge of the fauna and flora of Mexico and central America, the Mammalia volume, authored by Edward Aliston and co-edited by Frederick Du Cane Godman and Osbert Salvin.
- Image reference: RS-19691
- ©The Royal Society
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