|Skull of Triaenops menamena|
|Distribution of Triaenops (blue—T. afer; brown—†T. goodmani; green—T. menamena; red—T. persicus; yellow—T. persicus plus T. parvus)|
Triaenops is a genus of bat in the family Hipposideridae. It is classified in the tribe Triaenopini, along with the closely related genus Paratriaenops and perhaps the poorly known Cloeotis. The species of Paratriaenops, which occur on Madagascar and the Seychelles, were placed in Triaenops until 2009. Triaenops currently contains the following species:
- Benda and Vallo, 2009, p. 33
- Benda and Vallo, 2009, p. 2
- Samonds, 2007; Benda and Vallo, 2009
- Benda, P. and Vallo, P. 2009. Taxonomic revision of the genus Triaenops (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae) with description of a new species from southern Arabia and definitions of a new genus and tribe. Folia Zoologica 58 (Monograph 1):1–45.
- Samonds, K.E. 2007. Late Pleistocene bat fossils from Anjohibe Cave, northwestern Madagascar. Acta Chiropterologica 9(1):39–65.
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