The Toltec fruit-eating bat Dermanura tolteca is a species of bat in the family Phyllostomidae. It is also sometimes called the "lowland fruit eating bat. Three subspecies of the Toltec fruit-eating bat are recognized: A. The Toltec fruit-eating bat is a small bat usually weighing under 16 g. The nominate is the largest of the subspecies. Its fur ranges from light brown in its northern habitats to blackish in Costa Rica and then paler in the northern ranges of South America.

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Eumetazoa: pictures Eumetazoa: specimens Eumetazoa: sounds Eumetazoa: maps Bilateria bilaterally symmetrical animals. Bilateria: pictures Bilateria: specimens Bilateria: sounds Bilateria: maps Deuterostomia deuterostomes. Deuterostomia: pictures Deuterostomia: specimens Deuterostomia: sounds Phylum Chordata chordates.

Chordata: information 1 Chordata: pictures Chordata: specimens Chordata: sounds Craniata craniates. Craniata: pictures Craniata: specimens Craniata: sounds Subphylum Vertebrata vertebrates. Vertebrata: information 1 Vertebrata: pictures Vertebrata: specimens Vertebrata: sounds Superclass Gnathostomata jawed vertebrates.

Gnathostomata: pictures Gnathostomata: specimens Gnathostomata: sounds Euteleostomi bony vertebrates. Euteleostomi: pictures Euteleostomi: specimens Euteleostomi: sounds Class Sarcopterygii lobe-finned fishes and terrestrial vertebrates. Sarcopterygii: pictures Sarcopterygii: specimens Sarcopterygii: sounds Tetrapoda tetrapods.

Tetrapoda: pictures Tetrapoda: specimens Tetrapoda: sounds Amniota amniotes. Amniota: pictures Amniota: specimens Amniota: sounds Synapsida synapsids. Synapsida: pictures Synapsida: specimens Synapsida: sounds Class Mammalia mammals. Mammalia: information 1 Mammalia: pictures Mammalia: specimens Mammalia: sounds Subclass Theria Therian mammals. Theria: pictures Theria: specimens Theria: sounds Infraclass Eutheria placental mammals.

Eutheria: pictures Eutheria: specimens Eutheria: sounds Order Chiroptera bats. Chiroptera: information 1 Chiroptera: pictures Chiroptera: specimens Chiroptera: sounds 1. Family Phyllostomidae New World leaf-nosed bats. Phyllostomidae: information 1 Phyllostomidae: pictures 50 Phyllostomidae: specimens Subfamily Stenodermatinae fruit-eating bats, tent-making bats, yellow-shouldered bats, and relatives. Stenodermatinae: pictures 18 Stenodermatinae: specimens Tribe Stenodermatini tent making bats, fruit-eating bats, and relatives.

Stenodermatini: pictures 17 Stenodermatini: specimens Genus Artibeus fruit-eating bats. Artibeus: pictures 2 Artibeus: specimens Species Artibeus toltecus Toltec fruit-eating bat.

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Toltec fruit-eating bat, Artibeus toltecus



Toltec fruit-eating bat


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