Salvin's big-eyed bat Joseph Smit
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Salvin's big-eyed bat
Zoological study of two Salvin’s big eyed bats, Chiroderma salvini, a species of bat from the Phyllostomidae family, found from southern North America to South America. The bats are depicted in their natural habitat, one hanging from a branch with wings out spread, the other in profile, perched on the trunk of a tree.
Table 4 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.
Inscribed above: ‘Biol Centr Am Mammalia Tab 4’, and below: ‘J Smit lith CHIRODERMA SALVINI Hanhart imp. 132’.
- Image reference: RS-17539
- ©The Royal Society
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