The lesser long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris yerbabuenae) is a medium-sized bat
found in Central and North America. It is sometimes known as Sanborn's ...
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Adult lesser long-nosed bats are yellow-brown to gray above, with rusty brown fur
on their belly. Their tails are short and their ears are small. Like all members of ...
During late spring in the Sonoran Desert, the white flowers of Saguaro (
Carnegiea gigantea) cacti bloom for just one evening to attract Lesser Long-
nosed Bats ...
Taxonomic Notes: Formerly it was treated as a subspecies of L. curasoae (see
Simmons 2005). Arita and Humphrey (1988) determined that sanborni is a junior
The lesser long-nosed bat, Leptonycteris curasoae yerbabuenae, is a nectar-,
pollen-, and fruit-eating bat that migrates seasonally from Mexico to southern ...
Lesser long-nosed bats spend over half of their lives in a dayroost, leaving only
to forage at night. They spend most of their time in the dayroost resting, digesting
Leptonycteris yerbabuenae - also known as L. curasoae. Click to enlarge. (78 kb)
. Conservation Status: Vulnerable. The Lesser Long-nosed Bat is associated ...
The lesser long-nosed bat is gray or yellow-brown above and reddish-brown
below, with a short tail and small ears. It has a triangular shaped nose leaf, ...
Lesser Long-Nosed Bats. Background Information. The incredible tale of bat
migration through the Sonoran Desert reads like a story from another planet.
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Jun 19, 2015 ... The lesser long-nosed bat (Leptonycteris yerbabuenae) is an endangered
species that is threatened by habitat destruction and fragmentation.