| Dark Long-tongued Bats are rare and poorly known. They have been seen in lowland evergreen forests and on plantations, and presumably eat nectar, pollen, fruit, and insects.
Head and Body: 46-55 mm; Tail: 6-10 mm
Thomas, O., 1895. Annals and Magazine of Natural History, ser. 6, 16:55.
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