SPECIES Miniopterus medius
ORIGIN South East Asia
FRAME 25.5x28.5xD5cm Made from recycled products.
DESCRIPTION AKA intermediate long-fingered Bat. A species of vesper bat in the family Miniopteridae. The common name of bent-winged bat refers to the group's ability to fold back their extra-long third finger when the wings are folded. This finger gives the bats long, narrow wings which spread to approximately 25cm wide. Large colonies roost in caves.
Non threatened species.
NOTE - one/two wing discoloured note wing markings may vary from images