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Three white-throated round-eared bats (Lophostoma silvicolum) roosting in a hollowed out termite nest. These bats use their teeth to create a hollow roosting area in an occupied termite nest. The termites simply seal off the area occupied by bats.
2018Central AmericaCocobolo Nature ReserveLatin AmericaMTBC Bat AdventuresMamoni ValleyMerlin Tuttle's Bat ConservationPanamaPanama 2018PhyllostomidaeSmugMugbatsfield workroostingtermite nest roostwhitethroated roundeared bat Lophostoma silvicolumworkshop