We examined pteropodid bats of 3 species: Cynopterus
brachyotis, Eonycteris spelaea, and Penthetor lucasi, which are widely distributed across Southeast Asia and share ecologic niches (9).
Geophagy by the Indian short-nosed fruit bat, Cynopterus
sphinx (Pteropodidae) while foraging on Madhuca latifolia (Sapotaceae) in Tamil Nadu, South India.
In Pakistan, fruit bats are represented by three genera and four species, the short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus
sphinx, the Indian flying fox P.
2001: Clinal variation in body size and sexual dimorphism in an lndian fruit bat, Cynopterus
sphinx (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae).
Has three subtypes: Pteropus Giganteous (Indian Flying Fox), Rousettus Leschenaulti (Fulvous Fruit Bat) and Cynopterus
Sphinx (Greater Short- Nosed Fruit Bat).
Occurrence and morphometric variability in the frugivorous bat species Cynopterus
sphinx and Rousettus leschenaulti from a tropical rainforest Xishuangbanna SWChina.
Phyllostomus hastatus--McCracken y Bradbury, 1981; Artibeus jamaicensis--Ortega y Arita, 2000; Cynopterus
sphinx--Storz et al.
Min Tan of the Guangdong Entomological Institute in Guangzhou, China, conducted the study on short-nosed fruit bat Cynopterus
sphinx, found in south-east Asia.
2003 Biogeography and Variation of Cynopterus
brachyotis in Southeast Asia.
It focuses on the fruit bat, Cynopterus
nusatenggara, which is widespread in the interface region and endemic to it.
positive) Chiroptera Pteropus lylei Pteropodidae 500 (0) Cynopterus
brachyotis Pteropodidae 10 (0) C.
Seven bat species (Rousettus leschenaulti Cynopterus
sphinx Hipposideros armiger Rhinolophus ferrumequinum Rhinolophus pusillus Tadarida teniotis Murina leucogaster) were selected in this study which cover the main categories of order Chiroptera.