ARTIBEUS PHAEOTIS PDF

Robert M. Timm; Artibeus phaeotis, Mammalian Species, Issue , 24 May , Pages 1–6, The pygmy fruit-eating bat (Artibeus phaeotis) is a bat of the family Phyllostomidae. The specific name phaeotis is of Greek derivation, coming from the word. Conservation Status: Least Concern. As you would expect, Pygmy Fruit-eating Bats are small. They are about the same size as Thomas’s Fruit-eating Bats, and it.

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