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Bat

Habitat:

Lowland area - tropic - urban - campus.

Notes:

I saw him on the ground this morning (+7, near Jakarta, ID). I look at his small body on the edge of building. I catch it and put it in my hand. He frequently open his mouth, try to alert me! I captured two times, and after that he fly away into Manilkara kauki trees. He is free now!

2 Species ID Suggestions

Fruit bat
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AfriBats
AfriBats 8 years ago
vesper bat
Vespertilionidae


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5 Comments

FredericoHintze
FredericoHintze 8 years ago

I don´t know the Indonesian bats. But it seems to me one of the Nyctalus species.

achmmad
achmmad 9 years ago

Thank so much Anurag! ...

Anurag
Anurag 9 years ago

nice Spotting, second image is great, (eyes closed, teeth spread)

achmmad
achmmad 9 years ago

Thank you Karen! added ...

KarenL
KarenL 9 years ago

Lovely photos! You might like to add this to The Bat Monitoring mission too.

achmmad
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achmmad

Jawa Barat, Indonesia

Spotted on Mar 21, 2012
Submitted on Mar 21, 2012

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