Greater Broad-nosed Bat
Very little is known about Greater Broad-nosed Bats.
Greater Broad-nosed Bats roost in hollows in old trees and occasionally in roofs of buildings.
Feeding and diet
Greater Broad-nosed Bats feed on flying beetles, other insects and small invertebrates. They fly slowly through woods, along creek edges and over water as they catch their prey in flight.
Life history cycle
Female Greater Broad-nosed Bats give birth to one baby in summer.
Greater Broad-nosed Bats are vulnerable to loss of roost sites in tree hollows and loss of feeding grounds by forestry activities, clearing for agriculture and housing.