Pharotis imogene   (Thomas)


 
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New Guinea Big-eared Bat
(Pharotis imogene)

 
syn. -

 
distribution:

Papua New Guinea: Central Province

 
local name: -

 
size: (?)

extinction date: (?)

 
This species was found only once, in the year 1890, when, as it allegedly is said, altogether 45 specimens, probably a whole colony, has been collected.

About the habits of this species unfortunately not much is known, except for the fact, that the animals spent the days roosting in groups.

 
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