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12 Comments

Francierlem
Francierlem a year ago

Machi Obrigado!

Brian38
Brian38 a year ago

Congratulations Francierlem!

Machi
Machi a year ago

Congratulations Francierlem, your bat and banana flower placed first in our 2019 Best Wildlife Photo competition, mammal category!

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Francierlem
Francierlem 2 years ago

Neil Ross. I don't know how much media. He was very fast.

Sergio Monteiro
Sergio Monteiro 2 years ago

Espetacular, parabéns.

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 2 years ago

This may help to start the ball rolling. Unable to tell from the photos, but what did its tail look like? This could be a Brazilian Free-tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) http://angels-view.blogspot.com/2009/02/... However, you might need to check on its range in Brazil.

Neil Ross
Neil Ross 2 years ago

Amazing spotting, Francierlem. I hope you can ID this little guy. The third photo shows it has quite a long snout, so that might help. How big do you think it was from wingtip to wingtip? Wonderful photos. And I would never have guessed that was a banana flower.

Francierlem
Francierlem 2 years ago

Thank you all!

MichaelS
MichaelS 2 years ago

Wow, amazing photography!

Saturniidae27
Saturniidae27 2 years ago

Wonderful job on the photography Francierlem!

Ornithoptera80
Ornithoptera80 2 years ago

Its feeding of of a bannana flower,nice spotting Francierlem

bayucca
bayucca 2 years ago

Might be a Glossophaginae.

Francierlem
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Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil

Spotted on Jan 12, 2017
Submitted on Aug 1, 2019

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