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Ghost-faced Bat
Mormoops megalophylla

Bizarre-looking face with wartlike protuberances on nose and leaflike appendages on chin. Dorsal fur… read more

Jamaican Fruit-eating Bat
Artibeus jamaicensis

Sole bat in Eastern US with noseleaf that has no tail. Shades of brown on upperparts; grayish and so… read more

Mexican Long-tongued Bat
Choeronycteris mexicana

Medium-sized leaf-nosed bat with grayish to brownish fur, an elongated muzzle, and a prominent nose … read more

Hairy-legged Vampire Bat
Diphylla ecaudata

Usually gray-brown (sometimes dark brown) above; paler below. Surface of interfemoral membrane well … read more

Southern Long-nosed Bat
Leptonycteris curasoae

Reddish brown back; belly brownish. Erect leaf-shaped projection on tip of long nose. Large eyes. No… read more

Mexican Long-nosed Bat
Leptonycteris nivalis

The only leaf-nosed bat occurring in Texas, this species may overlap with the Lesser Long-nosed Bat … read more

California Leaf-nosed Bat
Macrotus californicus

Long ears (more than 25mm), gray fur, and a distinct, leaflike appendage on the tip of the nose. Tai… read more

Pallid Bat
Antrozous pallidus

A whitish bat with orange shoulders and large, well-separated pinkish ears. The eyes are relatively … read more

Townsend's Big-eared Bat
Corynorhinus townsendii (Plecotus townsendii)

Has huge ears and a pair of glandular lumps on either side of the nose. The back is pale to reddish … read more

Big Brown Bat
Eptesicus fuscus

As the name suggests, this is a large brown bat with naked, dark membranes. The tail is enclosed in … read more

Spotted Bat
Euderma maculatum

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Allen's Big-eared Bat
Idionycteris phyllotis

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Silver-haired Bat
Lasionycteris noctivagans

Beautiful dark brown or black bats with frosted hair on the back that extends down onto the basal po… read more

Red Bat
Lasiurus borealis

A distinctive looking bat with mottled reddish and grayish pelage that extends well over the interfe… read more

Hoary Bat
Lasiurus cinereus

Large, dark bat with grizzled fur that is frosted with white and marked with a yellow collar. The fr… read more

Northern Yellow Bat
Lasiurus intermedius

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Seminole Bat
Lasiurus seminolus

Similar to female Eastern Red Bats, this species has broadly rounded ears, long pointed wings, and a… read more

Southeastern Myotis
Myotis austroripariu

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California Myotis
Myotis californicus

Tiny bat with short ears, relatively short hind feet, and an obviously keeled calcar. Differs from L… read more

Long-eared Myotis
Myotis evotis

Differs from other long-eared Myotis in slightly larger body size, longer (more than 21mm) ears that… read more

Gray Myotis
Myotis grisescens

A large Myotis with uniformly-colored gray or brown hairs on the back. Unique in having the wing mem… read more

Little Brown Bat
Myotis lucifugus

An otherwise undistinguished species of Myotis that differs from the Yuma Myotis in having glossy fu… read more

Northern Myotis
Myotis septentrionalis

A long-eared bat with long, sharply pointed tragus. Differs from Long-eared Myotis in having slightl… read more

Indiana Myotis
Myotis sodalis

Small bat most closely resembling the Little Brown Myotis. Differs from that species in having spars… read more

Fringed Myotis
Myotis thysanodes

Easily distinguished by long ears and distinct fringe of hairs along posterior edge of tail membrane… read more

Cave Myotis
Myotis velifer

One of the largest species of Myotis in North America, with fur varying from light brown to almost b… read more

Long-legged Myotis
Myotis volans

Large-sized Myotis with longer, denser fur on the underside of the wing between the knee and elbow t… read more

Yuma Myotis
Myotis yumanensis

Medium-sized Myotis with short ears (extend less than 2mm beyond nose when bent forward), and an unk… read more

Evening Bat
Nycticeius humeralis

Similar to the Big Brown Bat, but smaller, with reddish to dark brown fur above and somewhat paler b… read more

Western Pipistrelle
Pipistrellus hesperus

Tiny bat with blunt, slightly curved tragus, and small hind foot less than half as long as the tibia… read more

Eastern Pipistrelle
Pipistrellus subflavus

Small bat with yellowish- to grayish-brown pelage, and a somewhat paler belly. Dorsal hairs are tric… read more

Rafinesque's Big-eared Bat
Plecotus rafinesquii

Small bat with large ears, toe hairs that extend beyond the tips of the claws, bicolored belly fur, … read more

Western Mastiff Bat
Eumops perotis

The largest bat in North America is darker than Underwood’s Bonneted Bat, and lacks long guard hairs… read more

Big Free-tailed Bat
Nyctinomops macrotis

Large bat with wrinkled lips. Upperparts range from pale reddish brown to almost black, but individu… read more

Brazilian Free-tailed Bat
Tadarida brasiliensis

The most common member of the family has deeply furrowed lips, and ears that are not joined at the m… read more

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