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

Contents

1 Yinpterochiroptera

1.1 Pteropodidae 1.2 Megadermatidae 1.3 Rhinolophidae 1.4 Craseonycteridae 1.5 Rhinopomatidae 1.6 Hipposideridae

2 Yangochiroptera

2.1 Vespertilionidae 2.2 Cistugidae 2.3 Miniopteridae 2.4 Mystacinidae 2.5 Molossidae 2.6 Emballonuridae 2.7 Nycteridae 2.8 Mormoopidae 2.9 Phyllostomidae 2.10 Natalidae 2.11 Furipteridae 2.12 Thyropteridae 2.13 Myzopodidae

3 See also 4 References

Yinpterochiroptera[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

Subfamily Cynopterinae[3][4][5]

Genus Aethalops

Pygmy fruit bat (Aethalops alecto) Borneo fruit bat (Aethalops aequalis)

Genus Alionycteris

Mindanao pygmy fruit bat (Alionycteris paucidentata)

Genus Balionycteris

Spotted-winged fruit bat (Balionycteris maculata)

Genus Chironax

Black-capped fruit bat (Chironax melanocephalus)

Genus Cynopterus

Lesser short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus brachyotis) Horsfield's fruit bat (Cynopterus horsfieldi) Peters's fruit bat (Cynopterus luzoniensis) Minute fruit bat (Cynopterus minutus) Nusatenggara short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus nusatenggara) Greater short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus sphinx) Indonesian short-nosed fruit bat (Cynopterus titthaecheilus)

Genus Dyacopterus

Brooks's dyak fruit bat (Dyacopterus brooksi) Dayak fruit bat (Dyacopterus spadiceus) Rickart's dyak fruit bat (Dyacopterus rickarti)[6]

Genus Haplonycteris

Philippine pygmy fruit bat (Haplonycteris fischeri)

Genus Latidens

Salim Ali's fruit bat (Latidens salimalii)

Genus Megaerops

Tailess fruit bat (Megaerops ecaudatus) Javan tailless fruit bat (Megaerops kusnotoi) Ratanaworabhan's fruit bat (Megaerops niphanae) White-collared fruit bat (Megaerops wetmorei)

Genus Otopteropus

Luzon fruit bat (Otopteropus cartilagonodus)

Genus Penthetor

Dusky fruit bat (Penthetor lucasi)

Genus Ptenochirus

Greater musky fruit bat (Ptenochirus jagori) Lesser musky fruit bat (Ptenochirus minor)

Genus Sphaerias

Blanford's fruit bat (Sphaeria blanfordi]]

Genus Thoopterus

Swift fruit bat (Thoopterus nigrescens)

Subfamily Eidolinae[7][5][8]

Genus Eidolon

Madagascan fruit bat (Eidolon dupreanum) Straw-coloured fruit bat (Eidolon helvum)

Subfamily Harpyionycterinae[9][5][10]

Genus Aproteles[11]

Bulmer's fruit bat (Aproteles bulmerae)

Genus Boneia[9]

Manado fruit bat (Boneia bidens)

Genus Dobsonia[11]

Andersen's naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia anderseni)[12] Beaufort's naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia beauforti)[13] Negros naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia chapmani)[14] Halmahera naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia crenulata)[15] Biak naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia emersa)[16] Sulawesi naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia exoleta) Solomon's naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia inermis) New Guinea naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia magna) Lesser naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia minor) Moluccan naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia moluccensis) Panniet naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia pannietensis) Western naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia peronii) New Britain naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia praedatrix) Greenish naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia viridis)

Genus Harpyionycteris[11]

Sulawesi harpy fruit bat (Harpyionycteris celebensis) Harpy fruit bat (Harpyionycteris whiteheadi)

Subfamily Macroglossinae[8]

Genus Macroglossus[11]

Long-tongued nectar bat (Macroglossus minimus) Long-tongued fruit bat (Macroglossus sobrinus)

Genus Notopteris[11]

Long-tailed fruit bat (Notopteris macdonaldi) New Caledonia blossom bat (Notopteris neocaledonica)

Genus Syconycteris[11]

Common blossom bat (Syconycteris australis) Halmahera blossom bat (Syconycteris carolinae) Moss-forest blossom bat (Syconycteris hobbit)

Subfamily Nyctimeninae[4][5]

Genus Nyctimene[11]

Broad-striped tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene aello) Common tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene albiventer) Pallas's tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene cephalotes) Mountain tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene certans) Round-eared tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene cyclotis) Dragon tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene draconilla) Keast's tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene keasti) Island tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene major) Malaita tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene malaitensis) Demonic tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene masalai) Lesser tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene minutus) Philippine tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene rabori) Eastern tube-nosed bat (Nyctimene robinsoni) Nendo tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene sanctacrucis) Umboi tube-nosed fruit bat (Nyctimene vizcaccia)

Genus Paranyctimene[11]

Lesser tube-nosed fruit bat (Paranyctimene raptor ) Steadfast tube-nosed fruit bat (Paranyctimene tenax)[17]

Subfamily Pteropodinae[8]

Genus Acerodon[11]

Sulawesi fruit bat (Acerodon celebensis) Talaud fruit bat (Acerodon humilis) Golden-capped fruit bat (Acerodon jubatus) Palawan fruit bat (Acerodon leucotis) Sunda fruit bat (Acerodon mackloti)

Genus Desmalopex[8]

White-winged flying fox (Desmalopex leucopterus) Small white-winged flying fox (Desmalopex microleucopterus)

Genus Melonycteris[18]

Fardoulis' blossom bat (Melonycteris fardoulisi) Black-bellied fruit bat (Melonycteris melanops) Woodford's fruit bat (Melonycteris woodfordi)

Genus Mirimiri[11]

Fijian monkey-faced bat (Mirimiri acrodonta)

Genus Neopteryx[11][4]

Small-toothed fruit bat (Neopteryx frosti)

Genus Pteralopex[11]

Bougainville monkey-faced bat (Pteralopex anceps) Greater monkey-faced bat (Pteralopex flanneryi)[19] Guadalcanal monkey-faced bat (Pteralopex atrata) Montane monkey-faced bat (Pteralopex pulchra) New Georgian monkey-faced bat (Pteralopex taki)

Genus Pteropus[11]

Admiralty flying fox (Pteropus admiralitatum) Aldabra flying fox (Pteropus aldabrensis) Black flying fox (Pteropus alecto) Vanuatu flying fox (Pteropus anetianus) Aru flying fox (Pteropus aruensis) Dusky flying fox (Pteropus brunneus) Ashy-headed flying fox (Pteropus caniceps) Bismark masked flying fox (Pteropus capistratus) Moluccan flying fox (Pteropus chrysoproctus) Makira flying fox (Pteropus cognatus) Spectacled flying fox (Pteropus conspicillatus) Ryukyu flying fox (Pteropus dasymallus) Nicobar flying fox (Pteropus faunulus) Banks flying fox (Pteropus fundatus) Indian flying fox (Pteropus giganteus) Gilliard's flying fox (Pteropus gilliardorum) Gray flying fox (Pteropus griseus) Ontong Java flying fox (Pteropus howensis) Small flying fox (Pteropus hypomelanus) Andersen's flying fox (Pteropus intermedius) Kei flying fox (Pteropus keyensis) Livingstone's fruit bat (Pteropus livingstonii) Lombok flying fox (Pteropus lombocensis) Okinawa flying fox (Pteropus loochoensis) Lyle's flying fox (Pteropus lylei) Big-eared flying fox (Pteropus macrotis) Lesser flying fox (Pteropus mahaganus) Black-bearded flying fox (Pteropus melanopogon) Black-eared flying fox (Pteropus melanotus) Caroline flying fox (Pteropus molossinus) Great flying fox (Pteropus neohibernicus) Mauritian flying fox (Pteropus niger) Temotu flying fox (Pteropus nitendiensis) Ceram fruit bat (Pteropus ocularis) Ornate flying fox (Pteropus ornatus) Chuuk flying fox (Pteropus pelagicus)[20] Pelew flying fox (Pteropus pelewensis) Masked flying fox (Pteropus personatus) Large Palau flying fox (Pteropus pilosus) Geelvink Bay flying fox (Pteropus pohlei) Grey-headed flying fox (Pteropus poliocephalus) Bonin flying fox (Pteropus pselaphon) Little golden-mantled flying fox (Pteropus pumilus) Solomons flying fox (Pteropus rayneri) Rennell flying fox (Pteropus rennelli) Rodrigues flying fox (Pteropus rodricensis) Madagascan flying fox (Pteropus rufus) Samoa flying fox (Pteropus samoensis) Little red flying fox (Pteropus scapulatus) Seychelles fruit bat (Pteropus seychellensis) Philippine gray flying fox (Pteropus speciosus) Small Mauritian flying fox (Pteropus subniger) Temminck's flying fox (Pteropus temminckii) Guam flying fox (Pteropus tokudae) Insular flying fox (Pteropus tonganus) Vanikoro flying fox (Pteropus tuberculatus) Kosrae flying fox (Pteropus ualanus) Large flying fox (Pteropus vampyrus) New Caledonia flying fox (Pteropus vetulus) Pemba flying fox (Pteropus voeltzkowi) Dwarf flying fox (Pteropus woodfordi) Yap flying fox (Pteropus yapensis)

Genus Styloctenium[11]

Mindoro stripe-faced fruit bat (Styloctenium mindorensis)[21] Sulawesi stripe-faced fruit bat (Styloctenium wallacei)

Subfamily Rousettinae[7][8]

Genus Casinycteris[11][22]

Short-palated fruit bat (Casinycteris argynnis) Campo-Ma’an fruit bat (Casinycteris campomaanensis)[23]

Genus Epomophorus[11]

Angolan epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus angolensis) Peters's epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus crypturus) Gambian epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus gambianus) Lesser Angolan epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus grandis) Ethiopian epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus labiatus) East African epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus minimus) Minor epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus minor) Wahlberg's epauletted fruit bat (Epomophorus wahlbergi)

Genus Epomops[11][22]

Buettikofer's epauletted fruit bat (Epomops buettikoferi) Dobson's epauletted fruit bat (Epomops dobsonii) Franquet's epauletted fruit bat (Epomops franqueti)

Genus Eonycteris[11]

Greater dawn bat (Eonycteris major) Lesser dawn bat (Eonycteris spelaea)

Genus Hypsignathus[11][22]

Hammer-headed fruit bat (Hypsignathus monstrosus)

Genus Lissonycteris[11][7]

Angolan fruit bat (Lissonycteris angolensis)

Genus Megaloglossus[11][22]

Woermann's bat (Megaloglossus woermanni)

Genus Micropteropus[22]

Hayman's dwarf epauletted fruit bat (Micropteropus intermedius)[24] Peters's dwarf epauletted fruit bat (Micropteropus pusillus)[25]

Genus Myonycteris[11]

São Tomé collared fruit bat (Myonycteris brachycephala) East African little collared fruit bat (Myonycteris relicta) Little collared fruit bat (Myonycteris torquata)

Genus Nanonycteris[11][22]

Veldkamp's dwarf epauletted fruit bat (Nanonycteris veldkampii)

Genus Plerotes[11][22]

D'Anchieta's fruit bat (Plerotes anchietae)

Genus Rousettus[11]

Egyptian fruit bat (Rousettus aegyptiacus) Geoffroy's rousette (Rousettus amplexicaudatus) Sulawesi rousette (Rousettus celebensis) Long-haired rousette (Rousettus lanosus) Leschenault's rousette (Rousettus leschenaulti) Linduan rousette (Rousettus linduensis) Madagascan rousette (Rousettus madagascariensis) Comoro rousette (Rousettus obliviosus) Bare-backed rousette (Rousettus spinalatus)

Genus Scotonycteris[11]

Pohle's fruit bat (Scotonycteris ophiodon) Zenker's fruit bat (Scotonycteris zenkeri)

Megadermatidae[edit]

false vampire bats

Genus Cardioderma[11]

Heart-nosed bat (Cardioderma cor)

Genus Lavia[11]

Yellow-winged bat (Lavia frons)

Genus Macroderma[11]

Ghost bat (Macroderma gigas)

Genus Megaderma[11]

Greater false vampire bat (Megaderma lyra) Lesser false vampire bat (Megaderma spasma)

Rhinolophidae[edit]

Rhinolophus

Anthops ornatus

horseshoe bats

Subfamily Rhinolophinae

Genus Rhinolophus[11]

Acuminate horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus acuminatus) Adam's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus adami) Intermediate horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus affinis) Halcyon horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus alcyone) Arcuate horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus arcuatus) Lesser woolly horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus beddomei) Rhinolophus belligerator[26] Blasius's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus blasii) Bokhara horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus bocharicus) Bornean horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus borneensis) Canut's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus canuti) Cape horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus capensis) Sulawesi horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus celebensis) Rhinolophus chiewkweeae[27] Geoffroy's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus clivosus) Croslet horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus coelophyllus) Andaman horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus cognatus) Cohen's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus cohenae)[28] Convex horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus convexus) Little Japanese horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus cornutus) Creagh's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus creaghi) Rhinolophus damarensis[29] Darling's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus darlingi) Decken's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus deckenii) Dent's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus denti) Eloquent horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus eloquens) Mediterranean horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus euryale) Broad-eared horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus euryotis) Greater horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ferrumequinum) Rüppell's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus fumigatus) Guinean horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus guineensis) Hildebrandt's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hildebrandti) Hill's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hilli) Upland horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hillorum) Lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus hipposideros) Imaizumi's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus imaizumii) Rhinolophus indorouxii[30] Philippine forest horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus inops) Insular horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus keyensis) Lander's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus landeri) Blyth's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus lepidus) Woolly horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus luctus) Maclaud's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus maclaudi) Big-eared horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus macrotis) Madura horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus madurensis) Maendeleo horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus maendeleo) Malayan horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus malayanus) Marshall's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus marshalli) Rhinolophus mcintyrei[26] Smaller horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus megaphyllus) Mehely's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus mehelyi) Rhinolophus microglobosus[31] Mitred horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus mitratus) Formosan lesser horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus monoceros) Timorese horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus montanus) Rhinolophus mossambicus[28] Neriad horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus nereis) Osgood's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus osgoodi) Bourret's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus paradoxolophus) Pearson's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus pearsonii) Large-eared horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus philippinensis) Rhinolophus proconsulis[26] Least horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus pusillus) King horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus rex) Peninsular horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus robinsoni) Rufous horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus rouxii) Large rufous horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus rufus) Ruwenzori horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ruwenzorii) Sakeji horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus sakejiensis) Lesser woolly horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus sedulus) Shamel's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus shameli) Shortridge's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus shortridgei) Thai horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus siamensis) Forest horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus silvestris) Bushveld horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus simulator) Chinese rufous horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus sinicus) Smithers's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus smithersi)[28] Lesser brown horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus stheno) Little Nepalese horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus subbadius) Small rufous horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus subrufus) Swinny's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus swinnyi) Rhinolophus tatar[26] Thomas's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus thomasi) Trefoil horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus trifoliatus) Yellow-faced horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus virgo) Rhinolophus xinanzhongguoensis[32] Dobson's horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus yunanensis) Ziama horseshoe bat (Rhinolophus ziama)

Craseonycteridae[edit]

Craseonycteris thonglongyai

bumblebee bat

Genus Craseonycteris[11]

Kitti's hog-nosed bat (Craseonycteris thonglongyai)

Rhinopomatidae[edit]

Rhinopoma microphyllum

Mouse-tailed bats

Genus Rhinopoma[11]

Lesser mouse-tailed bat (Rhinopoma hardwickei) Macinnes's mouse-tailed bat (Rhinopoma macinnesi) Greater mouse-tailed bat (Rhinopoma microphyllum) Small mouse-tailed bat (Rhinopoma muscatellum)

Hipposideridae[edit]

The Old World leaf-nosed bats

Genus Anthops[11]

Flower-faced bat (Anthops ornatus)

Genus Asellia[11]

Asellia arabica[33] Asellia italosomalica[33] Patrizi's trident leaf-nosed bat (Asellia patrizii) Trident bat (Asellia tridens)[11]

Genus Aselliscus[11]

Stoliczka's trident bat (Aselliscus stoliczkanus) Temminck's trident bat (Aselliscus tricuspidatus)

Genus Cloeotis[11]

Percival's trident bat (Cloeotis percivali)

Genus Coelops[11]

East Asian tailless leaf-nosed bat (Coelops frithii) Philippine tailless leaf-nosed bat (Coelops hirsutus)[34] Malayan tailless leaf-nosed bat (Coelops robinsoni)

Genus Hipposideros[11]

Aba roundleaf bat (Hipposideros abae) Great roundleaf bat (Hipposideros armiger) Dusky leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros ater) Benito roundleaf bat (Hipposideros beatus) Bicolored roundleaf bat (Hipposideros bicolor) Hipposideros boeadii[35] Short-headed roundleaf bat (Hipposideros breviceps) Sundevall's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros caffer) Spurred roundleaf bat (Hipposideros calcaratus) Greater roundleaf bat (Hipposideros camerunensis) Fawn leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros cervinus) Ashy roundleaf bat (Hipposideros cineraceus) Commerson's leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros commersoni) Large Mindanao roundleaf bat (Hipposideros coronatus) Telefomin roundleaf bat (Hipposideros corynophyllus) Cox's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros coxi) Timor roundleaf bat (Hipposideros crumeniferus) Short-tailed roundleaf bat (Hipposideros curtus) Cyclops roundleaf bat (Hipposideros cyclops) Makira roundleaf bat (Hipposideros demissus) Diadem roundleaf bat (Hipposideros diadema) Fierce roundleaf bat (Hipposideros dinops) Borneo roundleaf bat (Hipposideros doriae) Khajuria's leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros durgadasi) Dayak roundleaf bat (Hipposideros dyacorum) Hill's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros edwardshilli) Sooty roundleaf bat (Hipposideros fuliginosus) Fulvus roundleaf bat (Hipposideros fulvus) Cantor's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros galeritus) Giant roundleaf bat (Hipposideros gigas) Grand roundleaf bat (Hipposideros grandis) Thailand roundleaf bat (Hipposideros halophyllus) Kolar leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros hypophyllus Crested roundleaf bat (Hipposideros inexpectatus) Arnhem leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros inordinatus) Jones's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros jonesi) Phou Khao Khouay leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros khaokhouayensis)[36] Lamotte's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros lamottei) Indian roundleaf bat (Hipposideros lankadiva) Intermediate roundleaf bat (Hipposideros larvatus) Large Asian roundleaf bat (Hipposideros lekaguli) Shield-faced roundleaf bat (Hipposideros lylei) Big-eared roundleaf bat (Hipposideros macrobullatus) Maduran leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros madurae) Maggie Taylor's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros maggietaylorae) Aellen's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros marisae) Ethiopian large-eared roundleaf bat (Hipposideros megalotis) Fly River roundleaf bat (Hipposideros muscinus) Malayan roundleaf bat (Hipposideros nequam) Philippine forest roundleaf bat (Hipposideros obscurus) Orbiculus leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros orbiculus) Biak roundleaf bat (Hipposideros papua) Peleng leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros pelingensis) Pomona roundleaf bat (Hipposideros pomona) Pratt's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros pratti) Philippine pygmy roundleaf bat (Hipposideros pygmaeus) Ridley's leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros ridleyi) Laotian leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros rotalis) Noack's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros ruber) Shield-nosed leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros scutinares) Semon's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros semoni) Sorensen's leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros sorenseni) Schneider's leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros speoris) Northern leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros stenotis) Sumba roundleaf bat (Hipposideros sumbae) Hipposideros tephrus[37] Saõ Tomé leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros thomensis) Lesser great leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros turpis) Striped leaf-nosed bat (Hipposideros vittatus) Wollaston's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros wollastoni)

Genus Rhinonicteris[11]

Orange leaf-nosed bat (Rhinonicteris aurantia)

Genus Triaenops[11]

Triaenops afer[38] Triaenops menamena[39] Triaenops parvus[38] Rufous trident bat (Triaenops persicus)

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

Vesper bats

Subfamily Murininae[40]

Genus Harpiocephalus[11]

Hairy-winged bat (Harpiocephalus harpia) Greater hairy-winged bat (Harpiocephalus mordax)

Genus Harpiola

Peter's tube-nosed bat (Harpiola grisea)[41] Taiwan tube-nosed bat (Harpiola isodon)[42]

Genus Murina[11]

Bronze tube-nosed bat (Murina aenea) Little tube-nosed bat (Murina aurata) Bala tube-nosed bat (Murina balaensis)[43] Round-eared tube-nosed bat (Murina cyclotis) Flute-nosed bat (Murina florium) Dusky tube-nosed bat (Murina fusca) Hilgendorf's tube-nosed bat (Murina hilgendorfi) Hutton's tube-nosed bat (Murina huttoni) Greater tube-nosed bat (Murina leucogaster) Taiwan tube-nosed bat (Murina puta) Gilded tube-nosed bat (Murina rozendaali) Ryukyu tube-nosed bat (Murina ryukyuana) Forest tube-nosed bat (Murina silvatica) Brown tube-nosed bat (Murina suilla) Gloomy tube-nosed bat (Murina tenebrosa) Scully's tube-nosed bat (Murina tubinaris) Ussuri tube-nosed bat (Murina ussuriensis)

Southeastern myotis

Subfamily Myotinae[40]

Genus Myotis[11]

Sakhalin myotis (Myotis abei) Large-footed bat (Myotis adversus) Southern myotis (Myotis aelleni) Silver-tipped myotis (Myotis albescens) Alcathoe bat (Myotis alcathoe) Szechwan myotis (Myotis altarium) Anjouan myotis (Myotis anjouanensis) Annamit myotis (Myotis annamiticus) Hairy-faced bat (Myotis annectans) Atacama myotis (Myotis atacamensis) Peters's myotis (Myotis ater) Southwestern myotis (Myotis auriculus) Australian myotis (Myotis australis) Southeastern myotis (Myotis austroriparius) Bechstein's bat (Myotis bechsteini) Lesser mouse-eared bat (Myotis blythii) Rufous mouse-eared bat (Myotis bocagii) Far Eastern myotis (Myotis bombinus) Brandt's bat (Myotis brandti) Bocharic myotis (Myotis bucharensis) California myotis (Myotis californicus) Long-fingered bat (Myotis capaccinii) Chilean myotis (Myotis chiloensis) Large myotis (Myotis chinensis) Western small-footed myotis (Myotis ciliolabrum) Guatemalan myotis (Myotis cobanensis) Csorba's mouse-eared bat (Myotis csorbai) Pond bat (Myotis dasycneme) Daubenton's bat (Myotis daubentoni) David's myotis (Myotis davidii) Dominican myotis (Myotis dominicensis) Elegant myotis (Myotis elegans) Geoffroy's bat (Myotis emarginatus) Western long-eared myotis (Myotis evotis) Fringed long-footed myotis (Myotis fimbriatus) Findley's myotis (Myotis findleyi) Hodgson's bat (Myotis formosus) Cinnamon myotis (Myotis fortidens) Fraternal myotis (Myotis frater) Gomantong myotis (Myotis gomantongensis) Malagasy mouse-eared bat (Myotis goudoti) Gray bat (Myotis grisescens) Armenian whiskered bat (Myotis hajastanicus) Lesser large-footed bat (Myotis hasseltii) Herman's myotis (Myotis hermani) Horsfield's bat (Myotis horsfieldii) Hosono's myotis (Myotis hosonoi) Ikonnikov's bat (Myotis ikonnikovi) Insular myotis (Myotis insularum) Hairy-legged myotis (Myotis keaysi) Keen's myotis (Myotis keenii) Chinese water myotis (Myotis laniger) Eastern small-footed myotis (Myotis leibii) Yellowish myotis (Myotis levis) Kashmir cave bat (Myotis longipes) Little brown bat (Myotis lucifugus) Big-footed myotis (Myotis macrodactylus) Southern myotis (Myotis macropus) Pallid large-footed myotis (Myotis macrotarsus) Schwartz's myotis (Myotis martiniquensis) Dark-nosed small-footed myotis (Myotis melanorhinus) Maluku myotis (Myotis moluccarum) Burmese whiskered bat (Myotis montivagus) Morris's bat (Myotis morrisi) Whiskered myotis (Myotis muricola) Greater mouse-eared bat (Myotis myotis) Whiskered bat (Myotis mystacinus) Natterer's bat (Myotis nattereri) Curacao myotis (Myotis nesopolus) Black myotis (Myotis nigricans) Nepal myotis (Myotis nipalensis) Arizona myotis (Myotis occultus) Singapore whiskered bat (Myotis oreias) Montane myotis (Myotis oxyotus) Honshu myotis (Myotis ozensis) Peninsular myotis (Myotis peninsularis) Peking myotis (Myotis pequinius) Flat-headed myotis (Myotis planiceps) Frosted myotis (Myotis pruinosus) Felten's myotis (Myotis punicus) Rickett's big-footed bat (Myotis ricketti) Ridley's bat (Myotis ridleyi) Riparian myotis (Myotis riparius) Thick-thumbed myotis (Myotis rosseti) Red myotis (Myotis ruber) Schaub's myotis (Myotis schaubi) Scott's mouse-eared bat (Myotis scotti) Northern long-eared myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) Mandelli's mouse-eared bat (Myotis sicarius) Himalayan whiskered bat (Myotis siligorensis) Velvety myotis (Myotis simus) Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) Kei myotis (Myotis stalkeri) Fringed myotis (Myotis thysanodes) Cape hairy bat (Myotis tricolor) Cave myotis (Myotis velifer) Fish-eating bat (Myotis vivesi) Long-legged myotis (Myotis volans) Welwitsch's bat (Myotis welwitschii) Yanbaru whiskered bat (Yanbaru whiskered bat) Yoshiyuki's myotis (Myotis yesoensis) Yuma myotis (Myotis yumanensis)

Subfamily Kerivoulinae[40]

Genus Kerivoula[40][11]

Tanzanian woolly bat (Kerivoula africana) St. Aignan's trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula agnella) Damara woolly bat (Kerivoula argentata) Copper woolly bat (Kerivoula cuprosa) Ethiopian woolly bat (Kerivoula eriophora) Flores woolly bat (Kerivoula flora) Hardwicke's woolly bat (Kerivoula hardwickii) Small woolly bat (Kerivoula intermedia) Lesser woolly bat (Kerivoula lanosa) Lenis woolly bat (Kerivoula lenis) Least woolly bat (Kerivoula minuta) Fly River trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula muscina) Bismarck's trumpet-eared bat (Kerivoula myrella) Papillose woolly bat (Kerivoula papillosa) Clear-winged woolly bat (Kerivoula pellucida) Spurrell's woolly bat (Kerivoula phalaena) Painted bat (Kerivoula picta) Smith's woolly bat (Kerivoula smithii) Whitehead's woolly bat (Kerivoula whiteheadi)

Subfamily Vespertilioninae

Genus Antrozous[40][11]

Pallid bat (Antrozous pallidus)

Genus Arielulus[11]

Collared pipistrelle (Arielulus aureocollaris) Black-gilded pipistrelle (Arielulus circumdatus) Coppery pipistrelle (Arielulus cuprosus) Social pipistrelle (Arielulus societatis) Necklace pipistrelle (Arielulus torquatus)

Genus Bauerus[40]

Van Gelder's bat (Bauerus dubiaquercus)[44]

Genus Baeodon[40]

Allen's yellow bat (Baeodon alleni)[45]

Genus Barbastella[40][11]

Western barbastelle (Barbastella barbastellus) Beijing barbastelle (Barbastella beijingensis)[46] Eastern barbastelle (Barbastella leucomelas)

Genus Chalinolobus[40][11]

Large-eared pied bat (Chalinolobus dwyeri) Gould's wattled bat (Chalinolobus gouldii) Chocolate wattled bat (Chalinolobus morio) New Caledonia wattled bat (Chalinolobus neocaledonicus) Hoary wattled bat (Chalinolobus nigrogriseus) Little pied bat (Chalinolobus picatus) New Zealand long-tailed bat (Chalinolobus tuberculatus)

Genus Corynorhinus[40][11]

Rafinesque's big-eared bat (Corynorhinus rafinesqii) Mexican big-eared bat (Corynorhinus mexicanus) Townsend's big-eared bat (Corynorhinus townsendii)

Genus Eptesicus[40][11]

Little black serotine (Eptesicus andinus) Bobrinski's serotine (Eptesicus bobrinskoi) Botta's serotine (Eptesicus bottae) Brazilian brown bat (Eptesicus brasiliensis) Chiriquinan serotine (Eptesicus chiriquinus) Diminutive serotine (Eptesicus diminutus) Surat serotine (Eptesicus dimissus) Horn-skinned bat (Eptesicus floweri)[47] Argentine brown bat (Eptesicus furinalis) Big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus) Gobi big brown bat (Eptesicus gobiensis) Guadeloupe big brown bat (Eptesicus guadeloupensis) Long-tailed house bat (Eptesicus hottentotus) Harmless serotine (Eptesicus innoxius) Meridional serotine (Eptesicus isabellinus)[48] Japanese short-tailed bat (Eptesicus japonensis) Kobayashi's bat (Eptesicus kobayashii) Sind bat (Eptesicus nasutus) Northern bat (Eptesicus nilssonii) Thick-eared bat (Eptesicus pachyotis) Lagos serotine (Eptesicus platyops) Serotine bat (Eptesicus serotinus) Eptesicus taddeii[49] Sombre bat (Eptesicus tatei)

Genus Euderma[40]

Spotted bat (Euderma maculatum)[11]

Genus Eudiscopus[11]

Disk-footed bat (Eudiscopus denticulus)

Genus Falsistrellus[11]

Chocolate pipistrelle Falsistrellus affinis Western false pipistrelle Falsistrellus mackenziei Pungent pipistrelle Falsistrellus mordax Peters's pipistrelle Falsistrellus petersi Eastern false pipistrelle Falsistrellus tasmaniensis

Genus Glauconycteris[40][11]

Allen's striped bat (Glauconycteris alboguttata) Silvered bat (Glauconycteris argentata) Beatrix's bat (Glauconycteris beatrix) Curry's bat (Glauconycteris curryae) Bibundi bat (Glauconycteris egeria) Glen's wattled bat (Glauconycteris gleni) Allen's spotted bat (Glauconycteris humeralis) Kenyan wattled bat (Glauconycteris kenyacola) Machado's butterfly bat (Glauconycteris machadoi) Abo bat (Glauconycteris poensis) Butterfly bat (Glauconycteris variegata)

Genus Glischropus[11]

Javan thick-thumbed bat (Glischropus javanus) Common thick-thumbed bat (Glischropus tylopus)

Genus Hesperoptenus[11]

Blanford's bat (Hesperoptenus blanfordi) False serotine bat (Hesperoptenus doriae) Gaskell's false serotine (Hesperoptenus gaskelli) Tickell's bat (Hesperoptenus tickelli) Large false serotine (Hesperoptenus tomesi)

Genus Histiotus[11]

Strange big-eared brown bat (Histiotus alienus) Humboldt big-eared brown bat (Histiotus humboldti) Thomas's big-eared brown bat (Histiotus laephotis) Big-eared brown bat (Histiotus macrotus) Southern big-eared brown bat (Histiotus magellanicus) Small big-eared brown bat (Histiotus montanus) Tropical big-eared brown bat (Histiotus velatus)

Genus Hypsugo[11]

Hypsugo alaschanicus Anchieta's pipistrelle (Hypsugo anchietae) Anthony's pipistrelle (Hypsugo anthonyi) Arabian pipistrelle (Hypsugo arabicus) Desert pipistrelle (Hypsugo ariel) Hypsugo bemainty Cadorna's pipistrelle (Hypsugo cadornae) Broad-headed pipistrelle (Hypsugo crassulus) Hypsugo dolichodon Eisentraut's pipistrelle (Hypsugo eisentrauti) Brown pipistrelle (Hypsugo imbricatus) Joffre's pipistrelle (Hypsugo joffrei) Red-brown pipistrelle (Hypsugo kitcheneri) Hypsugo lanzai Burma pipistrelle (Hypsugo lophurus) Big-eared pipistrelle (Hypsugo macrotis) Mouselike pipistrelle (Hypsugo musciculus) Chinese pipistrelle (Hypsugo pulveratus) Savi's pipistrelle (Hypsugo savii) Vordermann's pipistrelle (Hypsugo vordermanni)

Genus Ia[11]

Great evening bat (Ia io)

Genus Idionycteris[40]

Allen's big-eared bat (Idionycteris phyllotis)[11]

Genus Laephotis[40]

Angolan long-eared bat (Laephotis angolensis) Botswanan long-eared bat (Laephotis botswanae) Namib long-eared bat (Laephotis namibensis) De Winton's long-eared bat (Laephotis wintoni)

Genus Lasionycteris[40]

Silver-haired bat (Lasionycteris noctivagans)

Genus Lasiurus[40][11]

Greater red bat (Lasiurus atratus) Desert red bat (Lasiurus blossevillii) Eastern red bat (Lasiurus borealis) Tacarcuna bat (Lasiurus castaneus) Hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus) Jamaican red bat (Lasiurus degelidus) Hairy-tailed bat (Lasiurus ebenus) Southern yellow bat (Lasiurus ega) Big red bat (Lasiurus egregius) Cuban yellow bat (Lasiurus insularis) Northern yellow bat (Lasiurus intermedius) Minor red bat (Lasiurus minor) Pfeiffer's red bat (Lasiurus pfeifferi) Saline red bat (Lasiurus salinae) Seminole bat (Lasiurus seminolus) Cinnamon red bat (Lasiurus varius) Western yellow bat (Lasiurus xanthinus)

Genus Mimetillus[11]

Moloney's mimic bat (Mimetillus moloneyi)

Genus Neoromicia[40][11]

Dark-brown serotine (Neoromicia brunneus) Cape serotine (Neoromicia capensis) Yellow serotine (Neoromicia flavescens) Tiny serotine (Neoromicia guineensis) Heller's pipistrelle (Neoromicia helios) Isalo serotine (Neoromicia malagasyensis)[50] Malagasy serotine (Neoromicia matroka)[51] Melck's house bat (Neoromicia melckorum) Banana pipistrelle (Neoromicia nana) Rendall's serotine (Neoromicia rendalli) Rosevear's serotine (Neoromicia roseveari)[52] White-winged serotine (Neoromicia tenuipinnis) Zulu serotine (Neoromicia zuluensis)

Genus Niumbaha

Pied bat (Niumbaha superba)[53]

Genus Nyctalus[11]

Birdlike noctule (Nyctalus aviator) Azores noctule (Nyctalus azoreum) Japanese noctule (Nyctalus furvus) Greater noctule bat (Nyctalus lasiopterus) Lesser noctule (Nyctalus leisleri) Mountain noctule (Nyctalus montanus) Common noctule (Nyctalus noctula) Chinese noctule (Nyctalus plancyi)

Genus Nycticeinops[40][11]

Schlieffen's twilight bat (Nycticeinops schlieffeni)

Genus Nycticeius[11]

Temminck's mysterious bat (Nycticeius aenobarbus) Cuban evening bat (Nycticeius cubanus) Evening bat (Nycticeius humeralis)

Genus Nyctophilus[40][11]

Northern long-eared bat (Nyctophilus arnhemensis) Eastern long-eared bat (Nyctophilus bifax) Nyctophilus corbeni[54] Lesser long-eared bat (Nyctophilus geoffroyi) Gould's long-eared bat (Nyctophilus gouldi) Sunda long-eared bat (Nyctophilus heran) Lord Howe long-eared bat (Nyctophilus howensis) Western long-eared bat (Nyctophilus major)[55] Small-toothed long-eared bat (Nyctophilus microdon) New Guinea long-eared bat (Nyctophilus microtis) New Caledonian long-eared bat (Nyctophilus nebulosus) Tasmanian long-eared bat (Nyctophilus sherrini)[54] Mt. Missim long-eared bat (Nyctophilus shirleyae)[54] Greater long-eared bat (Nyctophilus timoriensis) Pygmy long-eared bat (Nyctophilus walkeri)

Genus Otonycteris[40]

Desert long-eared bat (Otonycteris hemprichii)[11]

Genus Parastrellus[40]

Canyon bat (Parastrellus hesperus)[56]

Genus Perimyotis[40]

Tricolored bat (Perimyotis subflavus)[57]

Genus Pharotis[11]

New Guinea big-eared bat (Pharotis imogene)

Genus Philetor[11]

Rohu's bat (Philetor brachypterus)

Genus Pipistrellus[40][11]

Japanese pipistrelle (Pipistrellus abramus) Forest pipistrelle (Pipistrellus adamsi) Mount Gargues pipistrelle (Pipistrellus aero) Angulate pipistrelle (Pipistrellus angulatus) Kelaart's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus ceylonicus) Greater Papuan pipistrelle (Pipistrellus collinus) Indian pipistrelle (Pipistrellus coromandra) Egyptian pipistrelle (Pipistrellus deserti) Endo's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus endoi) Hanaki's dwarf bat (Pipistrellus hanaki)[58] Dusky pipistrelle (Pipistrellus hesperidus) Aellen's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus inexspectatus) Java pipistrelle (Pipistrellus javanicus) Kuhl's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus kuhlii) Madeira pipistrelle (Pipistrellus maderensis) Minahassa pipistrelle (Pipistrellus minahassae) Christmas Island pipistrelle (Pipistrellus murrayi)[59] Tiny pipistrelle (Pipistrellus nanulus) Nathusius's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus nathusii) Lesser Papuan pipistrelle (Pipistrellus papuanus) Mount Popa pipistrelle (Pipistrellus paterculus) Dar es Salaam pipistrelle (Pipistrellus permixtus) Common pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pipistrellus) Soprano pipistrelle (Pipistrellus pygmaeus) Racey's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus raceyi)[60] Rüppell's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus rueppellii) Rusty pipistrelle (Pipistrellus rusticus) Narrow-winged pipistrelle (Pipistrellus stenopterus) Sturdee's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus sturdeei) Least pipistrelle (Pipistrellus tenuis) Watts's pipistrelle (Pipistrellus wattsi) Northern pipistrelle (Pipistrellus westralis)

Genus Plecotus[40][11]

Brown long-eared bat (Plecotus auritus) Grey long-eared bat (Plecotus austriacus) Ethiopian big-eared bat (Plecotus balensis) Christie's big-eared bat (Plecotus christii)[61] Mediterranean long-eared bat (Plecotus kolombatovici) Alpine long-eared bat (Plecotus macrobullaris)[62] Japanese long-eared bat (Plecotus sacrimontis)[63] Sardinian long-eared bat (Plecotus sardus) Taiwan big-eared bat (Plecotus taivanus) Strelkov's big-eared bat (Plecotus strelkovi)[64] Canary big-eared bat (Plecotus teneriffae)

Genus Rhogeessa[40][11]

Yucatan yellow bat (Rhogeessa aeneus) Genoways's yellow bat (Rhogeessa genowaysi) Slender yellow bat (Rhogeessa gracilis) Husson's yellow bat (Rhogeessa hussoni) Thomas's yellow bat (Rhogeessa io) Tiny yellow bat (Rhogeessa minutilla) Least yellow bat (Rhogeessa mira) Little yellow bat (Rhogeessa parvula) Black-winged little yellow bat (Rhogeessa tumida)

Genus Scoteanax[11]

Rüppell's broad-nosed bat (Scoteanax rueppellii)

Genus Scotoecus[40][11]

White-bellied lesser house bat (Scotoecus albigula) Light-winged lesser house bat (Scotoecus albofuscus) Hinde's lesser house bat (Scotoecus hindei) Dark-winged lesser house bat (Scotoecus hirundo) Desert yellow bat (Scotoecus pallidus)

Genus Scotomanes[40]

Harlequin bat (Scotomanes ornatus)[11]

Genus Scotophilus[40][11]

Andrew Rebori's house bat (Scotophilus andrewreborii)[65] Lesser yellow bat (Scotophilus borbonicus) Sulawesi yellow bat (Scotophilus celebensis) Sody's yellow house bat (Scotophilus collinus) African yellow bat (Scotophilus dinganii) Greater Asiatic yellow bat (Scotophilus heathi) Lesser Asiatic yellow bat (Scotophilus kuhlii) White-bellied yellow bat (Scotophilus leucogaster) Schreber's yellow bat (Scotophilus nigrita) Robbins's yellow bat (Scotophilus nucella) Nut-colored yellow bat (Scotophilus nux) Robust yellow bat (Scotophilus robustus) Greenish yellow bat (Scotophilus viridis)

Genus Scotorepens[11]

Western broad-nosed bat Scotorepens balstoni Little broad-nosed bat Scotorepens greyii Eastern broad-nosed bat Scotorepens orion Northern broad-nosed bat Scotorepens sanborni

Genus Scotozous[11]

Dormer's bat (Scotozous dormeri)

Genus Tylonycteris[40][11]

Lesser bamboo bat (Tylonycteris pachypus) Greater bamboo bat (Tylonycteris robustula)

Genus Vespadelus[40][11]

Inland forest bat (Vespadelus baverstocki) Northern cave bat (Vespadelus caurinus) Large forest bat (Vespadelus darlingtoni) Yellow-lipped bat (Vespadelus douglasorum) Finlayson's cave bat (Vespadelus finlaysoni) Eastern forest bat (Vespadelus pumilus) Southern forest bat (Vespadelus regulus) Troughton's forest bat (Vespadelus troughtoni) Little forest bat (Vespadelus vulturnus)

Genus Vespertilio[40][11]

Parti-coloured bat (Vespertilio murinus) Asian parti-coloured bat (Vespertilio sinensis)

Cistugidae[edit]

Genus Cistugo[66]

Lesueur's hairy bat (Cistugo lesueuri) Angolan hairy bat (Cistugo seabrai)

Miniopteridae[edit]

Genus Miniopterus[40][67][11]

Miniopterus aelleni[68] Miniopterus ambohitrensis[69] African long-fingered bat (Miniopterus africanus) Little bent-wing bat (Miniopterus australis) Miniopterus brachytragos[68] Miniopterus egeri[70] Lesser long-fingered bat (Miniopterus fraterculus) Southeast Asian long-fingered bat (Miniopterus fuscus) Miniopterus gleni Miniopterus griffithsi[71] Miniopterus griveaudi[72] Greater long-fingered bat (Miniopterus inflatus) Miniopterus macrocneme Western bent-winged bat (Miniopterus magnater) Miniopterus mahafaliensis[68] Miniopterus majori Manavi long-fingered bat (Miniopterus manavi) Intermediate long-fingered bat (Miniopterus medius) Least long-fingered bat (Miniopterus minor) Natal long-fingered bat (Miniopterus natalensis) Miniopterus newtoni[72] Philippine long-fingered bat (Minopterus paululus) Peterson's long-fingered bat (Miniopterus petersoni)[73] Small bent-winged bat (Miniopterus pusillus) Loyalty bent-winged bat (Miniopterus robustior) Common bent-wing bat (Miniopterus schreibersii) Miniopterus shortridgei Miniopterus sororculus[74] Great bent-winged bat (Miniopterus tristis)

Mystacinidae[edit]

New Zealand short-tailed bats

Genus Mystacina[11]

New Zealand greater short-tailed bat (Mystacina robusta) New Zealand lesser short-tailed bat (Mystacina tuberculata)

Molossidae[edit]

Eumops perotis

Mormopterus beccarii astrolabiensis

Otomops wroughtoni

Tadarida brasiliensis

free-tailed bats

Subfamily Molossinae[11]

Genus Chaerephon[11]

Duke of Abruzzi's free-tailed bat (Chaerephon aloysiisabaudiae) Ansorge's free-tailed bat (Chaerephon ansorgei) Chaerephon atsinanana[75] Gland-tailed free-tailed bat (Chaerephon bemmeleni) Spotted free-tailed bat (Chaerephon bivittatus) Fijian mastiff bat (Chaerephon bregullae) Chapin's free-tailed bat (Chaerephon chapini) Gallagher's free-tailed bat (Chaerephon gallagheri) Northern freetail bat (Chaerephon jobensis) Black and red free-tailed bat (Chaerephon jobimena)[76] Northern free-tailed bat (Chaerephon johorensis) Lappet-eared free-tailed bat (Chaerephon major) Nigerian free-tailed bat (Chaerephon nigeriae) Wrinkle-lipped free-tailed bat (Chaerephon plicatus) Little free-tailed bat (Chaerephon pumilus) Russet free-tailed bat (Chaerephon russatus) Shortridge's free-tailed bat (Chaerephon shortridgei) Solomons mastiff bat (Chaerephon solomonis) São Tomé free-tailed bat (Chaerephon tomensis)

Genus Cheiromeles[11]

Lesser naked bat (Cheiromeles parvidens) Hairless bat (Cheiromeles torquatus)

Genus Cynomops

Cinnamon dog-faced bat (Cynomops abrasus) Greenhall's dog-faced bat (Cynomops greenhalli) Mexican dog-faced bat (Cynomops mexicanus) Cynomops milleri[77] Para dog-faced bat (Cynomops paranus) Southern dog-faced bat (Cynomops planirostris)

Genus Eumops[11]

Black bonneted bat (Eumops auripendulus) Dwarf bonneted bat (Eumops bonariensis) Big bonneted bat (Eumops dabbenei) Florida bonneted bat (Eumops floridanus)[78] Wagner's bonneted bat (Eumops glaucinus) Sanborn's bonneted bat (Eumops hansae) Guianan bonneted bat (Eumops maurus) Eumops nanus[79] Patagonian bonneted bat (Eumops patagonicus) Western mastiff bat (Eumops perotis) Colombian bonneted bat (Eumops trumbulli) Underwood's bonneted bat (Eumops underwoodi)

Genus Molossops[11]

Equatorial dog-faced bat (Molossops aequatorianus) Mato Grosso dog-faced bat (Molossops mattogrossensis) Rufous dog-faced bat (Molossops neglectus) Dwarf dog-faced bat (Molossops temminckii)

Genus Molossus[11]

Molossus alvarezi[80] Aztec mastiff bat (Molossus aztecus) Barnes' mastiff bat (Molossus barnesi) Molossus bondae[79] Coiban mastiff bat (Molossus coibensis) Bonda mastiff bat (Molossus currentium) Velvety free-tailed bat (Molossus molossus) Miller's mastiff bat (Molossus pretiosus) Black mastiff bat (Molossus rufus) Sinaloan mastiff bat (Molossus sinaloae)

Genus Mops[11]

Mops bakarii[81] Sierra Leone free-tailed bat (Mops brachyptera) Angolan free-tailed bat (Mops condylurus) Medje free-tailed bat (Mops congicus) Mongalla free-tailed bat (Mops demonstrator) Malagasy white-bellied free-tailed bat (Mops leucostigma) Midas free-tailed bat (Mops midas) Malayan free-tailed bat (Mops mops) Dwarf free-tailed bat (Mops nanulus) Niangara free-tailed bat (Mops niangarae) White-bellied free-tailed bat (Mops niveiventer) Peterson's free-tailed bat (Mops petersoni) Sulawesi free-tailed bat (Mops sarasinorum) Spurrell's free-tailed bat (Mops spurrelli) Railer bat (Mops thersites) Trevor's free-tailed bat (Mops trevori)

Genus Mormopterus[11]

Natal free-tailed bat (Mormopterus acetabulosus) Beccari's mastiff bat (Mormopterus beccarii) Mormopterus cobourgianus[82] Sumatran mastiff bat (Mormopterus doriae) Bristle-faced free-tailed bat (Mormopterus eleryi)[83] Mormopterus francoismoutoui[84] Mormopterus halli[82] Peter's wrinkle-lipped bat (Mormopterus jugularis) Kalinowski's mastiff bat (Mormopterus kalinowskii) Mormopterus kitcheneri[82] Loria's mastiff bat (Mormopterus loriae) Mormopterus lumsdenae[82] Little goblin bat (Mormopterus minutus) East-coast free-tailed bat (Mormopterus norfolkensis) Mormopterus petersi[82] Incan little mastiff bat (Mormopterus phrudus) Southern free-tailed bat (Mormopterus planiceps) Mormopterus ridei[82]

Genus Myopterus[11]

Daubenton's free-tailed bat (Myopterus daubentonii) Bini free-tailed bat (Myopterus whitleyi)

Genus Nyctinomops[11]

Peale's free-tailed bat (Nyctinomops aurispinosus) Pocketed free-tailed bat (Nyctinomops femorosaccus) Broad-eared bat (Nyctinomops laticaudatus) Big free-tailed bat (Nyctinomops macrotis)

Genus Otomops[11]

Javan mastiff bat (Otomops formosus) Harrison's large-eared giant mastiff bat (Otomops harrisoni[85] Johnstone's mastiff bat (Otomops johnstonei) Madagascar free-tailed bat (Otomops madagascariensis) Large-eared free-tailed bat (Otomops martiensseni) Big-eared mastiff bat (Otomops papuensis) Mantled mastiff bat (Otomops secundus) Wroughton's free-tailed bat (Otomops wroughtoni)

Genus Platymops[11]

Peters's flat-headed bat (Peters's flat-headed bat)

Genus Promops[11]

Big-crested mastiff bat (Promops centralis) Promops davisoni[86] Brown mastiff bat (Promops nasutus)

Genus Sauromys[11]

Roberts's flat-headed bat (Sauromys petrophilus)

Genus Tadarida[11]

Egyptian free-tailed bat (Tadarida aegyptiaca) White-striped free-tailed bat (Tadarida australis) Mexican free-tailed bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) Madagascan large free-tailed bat (Tadarida fulminans) East Asian free-tailed bat (Tadarida insignis) New Guinea free-tailed bat (Tadarida kuboriensis) La Touche's free-tailed bat (Tadarida latouchei) Kenyan big-eared free-tailed bat (Tadarida lobata) European free-tailed bat (Tadarida teniotis) African giant free-tailed bat (Tadarida ventralis)

Subfamily Tomopeatinae

Genus Tomopeas[11]

Blunt-eared bat (Tomopeas ravus)

Emballonuridae[edit]

Emballonura semicaudata

sac-winged bats

Subfamily Emballonurinae

Genus Balantiopteryx[11]

Ecuadorian sac-winged bat (Balantiopteryx infusca) Thomas's sac-winged bat (Balantiopteryx io) Gray sac-winged bat (Balantiopteryx plicata)

Genus Centronycteris[11]

Thomas's shaggy bat (Centronycteris centralis) Shaggy bat (Centronycteris maximiliani)

Genus Coleura[11]

African sheath-tailed bat (Coleura afra) Coleura kibomalandy[87] Seychelles sheath-tailed bat (Coleura seychellensis)

Genus Cormura[11]

Chestnut sac-winged bat (Cormura brevirostris)

Genus Cyttarops[11]

Short-eared bat (Cyttarops alecto)

Genus Diclidurus[11]

Northern ghost bat (Diclidurus albus) Greater ghost bat Diclidurus ingens) Isabelle's ghost bat (Diclidurus isabella)[88] Lesser ghost bat (Diclidurus scutatus)

Genus Emballonura[11]

Small Asian sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura alecto) Beccari's sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura beccarii) Large-eared sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura dianae) Greater sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura furax) Lesser sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura monticola) Raffray's sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura raffrayana) Pacific sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura semicaudata) Seri's sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura serii)

Genus Mosia[11]

Dark sheath-tailed bat (Mosia nigrescens)

Genus Peropteryx

Greater dog-like bat (Peropteryx kappleri) White-winged dog-like bat (Peropteryx leucoptera) Lesser dog-like bat (Peropteryx macrotis) Pale-winged dog-like bat (Peropteryx pallidoptera)[89] Trinidad dog-like bat (Peropteryx trinitatis)

Genus Rhynchonycteris[11]

Proboscis bat (Rhynchonycteris naso)

Genus Saccopteryx[11]

Antioquian sac-winged bat Saccopteryx antioquensis Greater sac-winged bat Saccopteryx bilineata Frosted sac-winged bat Saccopteryx canescens Amazonian sac-winged bat Saccopteryx gymnura Lesser sac-winged bat Saccopteryx leptura

Subfamily Taphozoinae

Genus Saccolaimus[11]

Yellow-bellied pouched bat (Saccolaimus flaviventris) Troughton's pouched bat (Saccolaimus mixtus) Pel's pouched bat (Saccolaimus peli) Naked-rumped pouched bat (Saccolaimus saccolaimus)[90]

Genus Taphozous[11]

Indonesian tomb bat (Taphozous achates) Coastal sheath-tailed bat (Taphozous australis) Common sheath-tailed bat (Taphozous georgianus) Hamilton's tomb bat (Taphozous hamiltoni) Hildegarde's tomb bat (Taphozous hildegardeae) Hill's sheath-tailed bat (Taphozous hilli) Arnhem sheath-tailed bat (Taphozous kapalgensis) Long-winged tomb bat (Taphozous longimanus) Mauritian tomb bat (Taphozous mauritianus) Black-bearded tomb bat (Taphozous melanopogon) Naked-rumped tomb bat (Taphozous nudiventris) Egyptian tomb bat (Taphozous perforatus) Theobald's tomb bat (Taphozous theobaldi) Troughton's sheath-tailed bat (Taphozous troughtoni)

Nycteridae[edit]

hollow-faced bats and slit-faced bats

Genus Nycteris[11]

Bate's slit-faced bat (Nycteris arge) Andersen's slit-faced bat (Nycteris aurita) Gambian slit-faced bat (Nycteris gambiensis) Large slit-faced bat (Nycteris grandis) Hairy slit-faced bat (Nycteris hispida) Intermediate slit-faced bat (Nycteris intermedia) Javan slit-faced bat (Nycteris javanica) Large-eared slit-faced bat (Nycteris macrotis) Malagasy slit-faced bat (Nycteris madagascariensis) Ja slit-faced bat (Nycteris major) Dwarf slit-faced bat (Nycteris nana) Parissi's slit-faced bat (Nycteris parisii) Egyptian slit-faced bat (Nycteris thebaica) Malayan slit-faced bat (Nycteris tragata) Vinson's slit-faced bat (Nycteris vinsoni) Wood's slit-faced bat (Nycteris woodi)

Mormoopidae[edit]

Mormoops megalophylla

ghost-faced bats and moustached/mustached bats

Genus Mormoops[11]

Antillean ghost-faced bat (Mormoops blainvillii) Giant ghost-faced bat (Mormoops magna) Ghost-faced bat (Mormoops megalophylla)

Genus Pteronotus[11]

Davy's naked-backed bat (Pteronotus davy) Big naked-backed bat (Pteronotus gymnonotus) Macleay's mustached bat (Pteronotus macleayi) Pteronotus mesoamericanus[91] Paraguana moustached bat (Pteronotus paraguanensis)[92] Parnell's mustached bat (Pteronotus parnellii) Wagner's mustached bat (Pteronotus personatus) Sooty mustached bat (Pteronotus quadridens) Pteronotus rubiginosus[93]

Phyllostomidae[edit]

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Chrotopterus

Lonchorhina

Macrotus

Phyllostomus

Trachops cirrhosus

leaf-nosed bats

Subfamily Brachyphyllinae[11]

Genus Brachyphylla

Antillean fruit-eating bat (Brachyphylla cavernarum) Cuban fruit-eating bat (Brachyphylla nana)

Subfamily Desmodontinae[11]

Genus Desmodus

Common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus)

Genus Diaemus

White-winged vampire bat (Diaemus youngi)

Genus Diphylla

Hairy-legged vampire bat (Diphylla ecaudata)

Subfamily Glossophaginae[11]

Genus Anoura

Anoura cadenai[94] Tailed tailless bat (Anoura caudifer) Anoura cultrata (Handley's tailless bat) Anoura fistulata(tube-lipped nectar bat) Anoura geoffroyi (Geoffroy's tailless bat) Anoura latidens (broad-toothed tailless bat)

Genus Choeroniscus

Choeroniscus godmani (Godman's long-tailed bat) Choeroniscus intermedius (intermediate long-tailed bat) Choeroniscus periosus (greater long-tailed bat) Choeroniscus minor (minor long-nosed long-tongued bat)

Genus Choeronycteris

Choeronycteris mexicana (Mexican long-tongued bat)

Genus Glossophaga

Glossophaga commissarisi Glossophaga longirostris Glossophaga soricina

Genus Hylonycteris

Hylonycteris underwoodi (Underwood's long-tongued bat)

Genus Leptonycteris

Leptonycteris curasoae (southern long-nosed bat) Leptonycteris nivalis (big long-nosed bat) Leptonycteris yerbabuenae (lesser long-nosed batt)

Genus Lichonycteris

Lichonycteris obscura (dark long-tongued bat)

Genus Monophyllus

Monophyllus plethodon Monophyllus redmani (Leach's single leaf bat)

Genus Musonycteris

Musonycteris harrisoni (banana bat)

Genus Scleronycteris

Scleronycteris ega (Ega long-tongued bat)

Subfamily Phyllostominae

Genus Chrotopterus

Chrotopterus auritus (big-eared wooly bat or Peter's wooly false vampire bat)

Genus Lonchorhina

Lonchorhina aurita Lonchorhina inusitata Lonchorhina marinkellei

Genus Macrophyllum

Macrophyllum macrophyllum (long-legged bat)

Genus Macrotus

Macrotus californicus (California leaf-nosed bat) Macrotus waterhousii (Waterhouse's leaf-nosed bat)

Genus Micronycteris

Micronycteris behnii Micronycteris brosseti Micronycteris hirsuta Micronycteris homezi Micronycteris matses Micronycteris megalotis Micronycteris microtis Micronycteris minuta Micronycteris sanborni Micronycteris schmidtorum

Genus Mimon

Mimon bennettii Mimon cozumelae Mimon crenulatum Mimon koepckeae

Genus Phylloderma

Phylloderma stenops (pale-faced bat)

Genus Phyllostomus

Phyllostomus discolor Phyllostomus elongatus Phyllostomus hastatus Phyllostomus latifolius

Genus Tonatia

Tonatia bidens (greater round-eared bat) Tonatia saurophila (stripe-headed round-eared bat)

Genus Trachops

Trachops cirrhosus (fringe-lipped bat)

Genus Vampyrum

Vampyrum spectrum(spectral bat, also called Linnaeus's false vampire bat, false vampire bat, and spectral vampire bat)

SubFamily Lonchophyllinae

Genus Lionycteris

Lionycteris spurrelli (chestnut long-tongued bat)

Genus Lonchophylla

Lonchophylla bokermanni Lonchophylla cadenai Lonchophylla dekeyseri Lonchophylla handleyi Lonchophylla hesperia Lonchophylla mordax Lonchophylla pattoni Lonchophylla robusta Lonchophylla thomasi

Genus Platalina

Platalina genovensium (long-snouted bat)

SubFamily Phyllonycterinae

Genus Erophylla

Erophylla sezekorni (Buffy flower bat)

Genus Phyllonycteris

Phyllonycteris aphylla (Jamaican flower bat) Phyllonycteris major (Puerto Rican flower bat) Phyllonycteris poeyi (Cuban flower bat)

SubFamily Carolliinae

Genus Carollia

Carollia benkeithi Carollia brevicauda Carollia castanea Carollia colombiana Carollia manu Carollia monohernandezi Carollia perspicillata Carollia sowelli Carollia subrufa

Genus Rhinophylla

Rhinophylla alethina (hairy little fruit bat) Rhinophylla fischerae (Fischer's little fruit bat) Rhinophylla pumilio (dwarf little fruit bat)

SubFamily Stenodermatinae

Genus Ametrida

Ametrida centurio (little white-shouldered bat)

Genus Ardops

Ardops nichollsi (Tree bat)

Genus Ariteus

Ariteus flavescens (Jamaican fig-eating bat)

Genus Artibeus

Artibeus amplus Artibeus concolor Artibeus fimbriatus Artibeus fraterculus Artibeus hirsutus Artibeus inopinatus Artibeus jamaicensis Artibeus lituratus Artibeus obscurus

Genus Centurio (wrinkle-faced bat; monotypic)

Centurio senex (wrinkle-faced bat)

Genus Chiroderma

Chiroderma doriae Chiroderma improvisum Chiroderma salvini Chiroderma trinitatum Chiroderma villosum

Genus Ectophylla

Ectophylla alba (Honduran white bat)

Genus Mesophylla

Mesophylla macconnelli (MacConnell's bat)

Genus Phyllops

Phyllops falcatus (Cuban fig-eating bat)

Genus Pygoderma

Pygoderma bilabiatum (Ipanema bat)

Genus Sphaeronycteris

Sphaeronycteris toxophyllum (visored bat)

Genus Stenoderma

Stenoderma rufum (red fruit bat)

Genus Sturnira

Sturnira aratathomasi (Aratathomas's yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira bidens (bidentate yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira bogotensis (Bogota yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira erythromos (hairy yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira lilium (little yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira ludovici (highland yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira luisi (Louis's yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira magna (greater yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira mordax (Talamancan yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira nana (lesser yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira sorianoi Sturnira thomasi (Thomas's yellow-shouldered bat) Sturnira tildae (Tilda's yellow-shouldered bat)

Genus Uroderma

Uroderma bilobatum (tent-making bat) Uroderma magnirostrum (brown tent-making bat)

Genus Vampyressa

Vampyressa bidens (bidentate yellow-eared bat) Vampyressa brocki (Brock's yellow-eared bat) Vampyressa melissa (Melissa's yellow-eared bat) Vampyressa nymphaea (striped yellow-eared bat) Vampyressa pusilla (southern little yellow-eared bat) Vampyressa thyone (northern little yellow-eared bat)

Genus Vampyrodes

Vampyrodes caraccioli (great stripe-faced bat)

Genus Platyrrhinus

Platyrrhinus albericoi Platyrrhinus aurarius Platyrrhinus brachycephalus Platyrrhinus chocoensis Platyrrhinus dorsalis Platyrrhinus helleri Platyrrhinus infuscus Platyrrhinus ismaeli Platyrrhinus lineatus Platyrrhinus masu Platyrrhinus matapalensis Platyrrhinus nigellus Platyrrhinus recifinus Platyrrhinus umbratus Platyrrhinus vittatus

Natalidae[edit]

Natalus stramineus

funnel-eared bats

Genus Chilonatalus[11]

Cuban funnel-eared bat (Chilonatalus micropus) Bahaman funnel-eared bat (Chilonatalus tumidifrons)

Genus Natalus[11]

Brazilian funnel-eared bat (Natalus espiritosantensis)[95] Jamaican greater funnel-eared bat (Natalus jamaicensis) Hispaniolan greater funnel-eared bat (Natalus major) Mexican greater funnel-eared bat (Natalus mexicanus)[96] Cuban greater funnel-eared bat (Natalus primus) Mexican funnel-eared bat (Natalus stramineus) Trinidadian funnel-eared bat (Natalus tumidirostris)

Genus Nyctiellus[11]

Gervais's funnel-eared bat (Nyctiellus lepidus)

Furipteridae[edit]

Furipterus horrens

Genus Amorphochilus[11]

Smoky bat (Amorphochilus schnablii)

Genus Furipterus[11]

Thumbless bat (Furipterus horrens)

Thyropteridae[edit]

Thyroptera

disk-winged bats

Genus Thyroptera

Thyroptera devivoi[97] Peter's disk-winged bat, Thyroptera discifera LaVal's disk-winged bat, Thyroptera lavali Spix's disk-winged bat, Thyroptera tricolor Thyroptera wynneae[98]

Myzopodidae[edit]

sucker-footed bats

Genus Myzopoda[11]

Madagascar sucker-footed bat (Myzopoda aurita) Western sucker-footed bat (Myzopoda schliemanni)[99]

See also[edit]

Mammal classification List of fruit bats List of bats by location

List of bats of Australia List of bats of Borneo List of bats of the Caribbean by island List of bats of Canada List of bats of Madagascar

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Monotremes and marsupials Tenrecs and golden moles Elephant shrews Aardvarks, hyraxes, elephants and sirens Armadillos Anteaters and sloths Colugos Treeshrews Primates Rodents Lagomorphs Hedgehogs and gymnures Shrews and moles Bats Fruit bats Cetaceans Pangolins Carnivores Odd-toed ungulates E