|Western Sucker-footed Bat|
The Western sucker-footed bat (Myzopoda schliemanni), is a species of sucker-footed bat in the Myzopodidae family. Little is known about its habits, but they are assumed to be similar to those of the Madagascar sucker-footed bat.
The western sucker-footed bat is 92-107 cm. (3-3.5 ft.) long. It has large ears, and prominent suckers on its feet and thumbs. It has buff-brown upper parts, and mouse-gray underparts.
Range and Habitat
The western sucker-footed bat has been found on three lowland sites in north-western Madagascar. They were found in broad-leaf rain forest.