Scotophilus sp maybe?
mistnetted 19:10-19:30 h
Kock, D., Csorba, G.& Howell, K.M., 2000. Rhinolophus maendeleo n. sp. from Tanzania, a horseshoe bat noteworthy for its systematics and biogeography (Mammalia, Chiroptera, Rhinolophidae). Senckenbergiana biol. 80(1/2): 233-239.
We saw this Epauletted fruit bat near the boat desk prior to boarding for an excursion in the Okavango Delta. When I first tried to photograph it, it flew away to a tree nearby. I then managed to approach it and it stayed there despite the flash.
Observation courtesy of Jerry Garteh, Society for the Conservation of Nature in Liberia (SCNL, www.scnlib.net)
Eidoloon, helvum, colony
Took these shot during a hike up Lion Mountain (Mauritius).
This little guy apparently roosts here every day. We saw him or her in the exact same place hanging from the roof at the Cheetah Conservation Fund. I am sure you could contact the folks there and find out more info:
According to Jakob Fahr = Nycteris sp.
Fruit Bats at Rekero Camp
Yellow Winged Bat frequented our camp for 3 nights in a row, keeping us safe from the mosquito's and moths in Masai Mara
A single bat caught in mist net at the eastern Shore of L. Jipe in Tsavo National park
One guest? The dark one on the right side should be new...
Found them on the other side of the house. Have been searching there sometimes, quite sure they haven't been there.
Large number of bats inside a giant baobab tree which also hosts an alter for local rituals.