Check List 16(6): 1545-1550, doi: 10.15560/16.6.1545
First report of the Broad-toothed Tailless Bat, Anoura latidens Handley, 1984 (Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae), in Bolivia
expand article infoCamilo A. Calderón-Acevedo, Nathan Muchhala§
‡ Rutgers University, Newark, United States of America§ University of Missouri-St. Louis, St. Louis, United States of America
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Anoura latidens Handley, 1984 is a nectarivorous bat with a wide elevational and latitudinal distribution, from Venezuela and Guyana to southeastern Peru. We reviewed mammal collections of the genus Anoura Gray, 1838 and identified two individuals previously attributed to A. caudifer (É. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1818) as A. latidens based on their premolar morphology and morphological measurements. In this note we report the first record of A. latidens in the Yungas forests of Bolivia, which extends its geographic range by 1,006 km southeast of its previous southernmost record in Peru.
Chijchipa, Glossophaginae, nectarivorous bat, Nor Yungas, range extension, South America