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The bat family Noctilionidae, commonly known as bulldog bats or fishing bats, is represented by two extant species, the greater and the lesser bulldog bats, as well as at least one fossil species, , from the Miocene of Argentina. The naked bulldog bat (Cheiromeles torquatus) does not belong to this family, but to the family Molossidae, the free-tailed bats. They are found near water, from Mexico to Argentina and also in the Caribbean islands. In these areas they can be found roosting in groups within hollow trees, caves, man made homes, or other openings with enough space. While the two species exhibit different social and foraging behaviors both tend to return to a main roosting spot while also visiting other alternative roosting spots.

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  • خفاش بلدغ
  • Bulldog bat
  • Noctilio
  • Noctilio
  • Noctilio
  • 불독박쥐
  • Noctilio
  • Зайцегубы
  • Noctilio
  • 兔唇蝠屬
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  • خفافيش بُلدغ أو خفافيش صيادة السمك (الاسم العلمي: Noctilionidae)، فصيلة حيوانات من رتبة الخفاشيات، تضم نوعان خفاش بلدغ الكبير وخفاش بلدغ الصغير. توجد بالقرب من المياه، من المكسيك إلى الأرجنتين وكذلك في جزر الكاريبي. أما خفاش بلدغ الأجرد (Cheiromeles torquatus) لا ينتمي إلى هذه الفصيلة، ولكن ينتمي فصيلة الخفافيش حرة الذيل.
  • Los murciélagos pescadores (Noctilio) son un género de quirópteros, el único que integra la familia Noctilionidae. Está integrado por 2 especies, las que habitan en selvas y bosques húmedos de la región Neotropical.
  • Noctilio est un genre de chauve-souris qui comprend deux espèces actuelles et une espèce fossile, piscivores. C'est le seul genre de la famille des Noctilionidae.
  • Noctilio (Linnaeus, 1768) è l'unico genere di pipistrelli della famiglia dei Nottilionidi, comunemente noti come pipistrelli pescatori.
  • Noctilio is een geslacht van zoogdieren uit de familie van de Noctilionidae (Hazenlipvleermuizen).
  • Зайцегубы, или рыбоядные летучие мыши (лат. Noctilio), — род млекопитающих монотипного семейства Noctilionidae отряда рукокрылых.
  • Noctilio — рід кажанів родини Зайцегубові Noctilionidae. Представники роду знаходяться поряд з водою, від Мексики до Аргентини, включаючи Карибські острови. Етимологія: ймовірно, від лат. noctis — «ніч» або фр. noctilion — «кажан», від того ж кореня. Обличчя цих кажанів характеризується повними, зморшкуватими губами. Як і в зайця, верхня губа розділена. Назва родини вживана в науковій літературі [Зиков 2006].
  • 兔唇蝠屬(学名:Noctilio)是兔唇蝠科(Noctilionidae)的唯一一属,属于哺乳綱翼手目。
  • The bat family Noctilionidae, commonly known as bulldog bats or fishing bats, is represented by two extant species, the greater and the lesser bulldog bats, as well as at least one fossil species, , from the Miocene of Argentina. The naked bulldog bat (Cheiromeles torquatus) does not belong to this family, but to the family Molossidae, the free-tailed bats. They are found near water, from Mexico to Argentina and also in the Caribbean islands. In these areas they can be found roosting in groups within hollow trees, caves, man made homes, or other openings with enough space. While the two species exhibit different social and foraging behaviors both tend to return to a main roosting spot while also visiting other alternative roosting spots.
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