arcuatus, Arcuate horseshoe bat
||Sumatra to New
Guinea; throughout the Philippines, possibly excluding the Palawan
Faunal Region (Heaney et al, 1998).
through to cultivated land
are two morphs of this species recorded: a smaller lowland morph associated
with caves in agricultural areas and a larger highland morph associated
with primary forest. However both morphs were found roosting in the
same caves in Burdeos. The photograph below illustrates the two together.
Bat Report 2000>