Rhinopomatidae


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Rhinopomatidae

[‚rīn·ə·pə′mad·ə‚dē]
(vertebrate zoology)
The mouse-tailed bats, a small family of insectivorous chiropterans found chiefly in arid regions of northern Africa and southern Asia and characterized by long, wirelike tails and rudimentary nose leaves.
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Rhinopoma hardwickii or less mouse-tailed bats belong to Rhinopomatidae that are insectivore.
Throat Fecal species Location bats swab pellets October 2012 Emballonuridae Taphozous perforatus Bisha ruins 29 29 (0) 25 (2) Pteropodidae Eidolon helvum Bisha town 25 25 (0) 25 (5) center Rousettus Bisha town 3 3 (0) 3 (0) aegyptiacus center Rhinopomatidae Rhinopoma Naqi and 36 36 (0) 35 (0) hardwickii Old Naqi Rh.
Rhinopomatidae [Rhinopoma hardwickei (Gray, 1831), Rhinopoma muscatellum (Thomas, 1903)]
Rhinopomatidae Bonaparte, 1838 is a monotypic family of mouse-tailed bats, comprising of four extant species within the same genus Rhinopoma Geoffroy, 1818 (Van cakenberghe and de Vree, 1994) and includes Rhinopoma microphyllum (Brunnich, 1782), R.