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Pallas's Long-Tongued Bat

Glossophaga soricina


During one of my collection and screening of my research, this little one tore the bag and past their wings through the hole, where he tried to take flight. Fortunately it failed to go far by the weight of the cloth, and I did take some pictures while chasing the flying bag.


We found this specimen near a waterfall, in a region of transition between the Cerrado and Atlantic Forest.


I starts my own researches with bats. It's a survey of species caught along the river that across my city. The "Glossophaga soricina" feeds of nectar.

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SP, Brazil

Spotted on Jul 31, 2015
Submitted on Sep 21, 2015

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