| This bat, too, is poorly known. It is apparently rare and local in Mexico and Central America, but more common in South America. It has been found roosting in hollow trees and buildings in lowland evergreen and dry deciduous forests. It seems to be most active for an hour after sunset and an hour before dawn.
Head and Body: 51-58 mm; Tail: 8-15 mm
Sanborn, C.C. 1949. Fieldiana Zoology, 31:230.
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