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A Mexican long-tongued bat (Choeronycteris mexicana) pollinating agave flowers (Agave palmeri) in Arizona. Hundreds of species of agave plants, from the southwestern U.S. to the Caribbean Islands and the Andes Mountains of South America rely on bats as their primary pollinators. Pollination
8524503PZ341992Agave flowersArizonaAugust 1992FlagstaffMerlin Tuttle's Bat ConservationMexican longtongued bat Choeronycteris mexicanaNorth AmericaPhyllostomidaeU.S.batbat conservationcutemammalphotographypollinationwildlife photography