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List of bats

Large-eared pied bat (Chalinolobus dwyeri)

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

Suborder Yinpterochiroptera

Superfamily Pteropodoidea

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

Superfamily Rhinolophoidea

Craseonycteridae

Craseonycteris thonglongyai

Rhinopomatidae

Rhinopoma microphyllum

Megadermatidae

Rhinolophidae

Rhinolophus
Anthops ornatus
Hipposideros cervinus

Hipposideridae

Suborder Yangochiroptera

Superfamily Vespertilionoidea

Vespertilionidae

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

Natalidae

Cistugidae

Miniopteridae

Molossidae

Eumops perotis
Mormopterus beccarii astrolabiensis
Nyctinomops macrotus
Otomops wroughtoni
Tadarida brasiliensis

Superfamily Emballonuroidea

Emballonuridae

Emballonura semicaudata
Proboscis
Saccopteryx

Nycteridae

Superfamily Noctilionoidea

Noctilionidae

Mystacinidae

Mormoopidae

Mormoops megalophylla

Phyllostomidae

Chrotopterus
Lonchorhina
Macrotus
Phyllostomus
Trachops cirrhosus

Furipteridae

Furipterus horrens

Thyropteridae

Thyroptera

Myzopodidae

See also

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