List of bats

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Large-eared pied bat

This list contains the placental mammals in the order Chiroptera. There are an estimated 1,300 species of bat.[1]

Suborder Megachiroptera[edit]

Pteropodidae[edit]

Genera and species of flying fox as according to Mammal Species of the World, unless otherwise noted.[2]

Acerodon celebensis
Cynopterus brachyotis
Epomophorus wahlbergi
Epomophorus
Hypsignathus monstrosus
Nyctimene robinsoni
Pteropus livingstonii
Rousettus egypticus

Suborder Microchiroptera[edit]

Infraorder Rhinolophoidea[edit]

Superfamily Rhinopomatoidea[edit]

Craseonycteridae[edit]
Craseonycteris thonglongyai
Rhinopomatidae[edit]
Rhinopoma microphyllum

Megadermatidae[edit]

Rhinolophidae[edit]

Rhinolophus
Anthops ornatus
Hipposideros cervinus

Hipposideridae[edit]

Infraorder Yangochiroptera[edit]

Vespertilionidae[edit]

Antrozous pallidus
Barbastella
Chalinolobus
KerivoulaFord
Eptesicus nilssoni
Glauconycteris
Lasurius cinereus
Myotis mystacinus
Nyctalus
Otonycteris hemprichii
Pipistrellus pipistrellus
Plecotus auritus
Scotophilus
Vespertilio murinus
Southeastern myotis

Cistugidae[edit]

Miniopteridae[edit]

Molossidae[edit]

Eumops perotis
Mormopterus beccarii astrolabiensis
Nyctinomops macrotus
Otomops wroughtoni
Tadarida brasiliensis

Emballonuridae[edit]

Emballonura semicaudata
Proboscis
Saccopteryx

Nycteridae[edit]

Superfamily Noctilionoidea[edit]

Noctilionidae[edit]
Mystacinidae[edit]
Mormoopidae[edit]
Mormoops megalophylla
Phyllostomidae[edit]
Chrotopterus
Lonchorhina
Macrotus
Phyllostomus
Trachops cirrhosus

Superfamily Nataloidea[edit]

Furipteridae[edit]
Furipterus horrens
Thyropteridae[edit]
Thyroptera
Myzopodidae[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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