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A cave nectar bat pollinating an Indian trumpet flower (Oroxylum indicum). This flower is highly dependent on small nectar-eating bats, most often cave nectar bats (Eonycteris spelaea) for pollination. The tree grows up to 40 feet tall and is widely relied on as an important medicinal plant throughout much of SE Asia. Pollination
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