Inland Forest Bats roost in hollows of old trees that are extremely small and in trees that may be only a few metres high.
Inland Forest Bats live in many different habitats across inland Australia from savannah to woodlands.
Feeding and diet
The diet of the Inland Forest Bat is poorly known, but it includes moths.
Other behaviours and adaptations
Inland Forest Bats roost in hollows of old trees that are extremely small and in trees that may be only a few metres high. Sometimes they will use abandoned buildings. Numbers in their colonies range from a few to more than 50 individuals.
Inland Forest Bats are vulnerable to the loss of roost sites in tree hollows and loss of feeding grounds by forestry activities, extensive clearing of vegetation and land degradation from agriculture.