lekagull Hipposideridae 158 (0) Megaderma
lyra Megadermatidae 1 (0) Miniopterus magnate Vespertilionidae 132 (0) M.
The greater false vampire bat Megaderma
lyra is an Indomalayan bat species.
Body contacts among the social groups in the False Vampire bat, Megaderma
lyra, suggests individualized relationships.
Examples include one megachiropteran (Indian false vampire bat, Megaderma
lyra (Subbaraj and Balasingh 1996)), andthree microchiropterans (Jamaican fruit-eating bat, Artibeus jamaicensis, (Morrison 1978)); pond bat, Myotis dasycneme (Voute et al.
bats, and phylogroups IV and V were detected in Megaderma
The false vampire bat, or Megaderma
lyra, uses distinctive social calls that sound like songs when recorded and played back at a slower speed, to attract female mates while the sac-winged bat, Saccopteryx bilineata, uses songs to mark out its territory.
The bats covered 6 species: Miniopterus fuliginosus (n = 640), Hipposideros armiger (n = 8), Rhinolophusferrumequinum (n = 176), Myotis chinensis (n = 11), Megaderma
lyra (n = 6), and Hipposideros fulvus (n = 12).
bats, 59 Megaderma
lyra bats, and 1 Macroglossus sobrinus bat) during April 2010-March 2011 from the Faridpur, Rajbari, Lalmonirhat, and Comilla Districts in Bangladesh.