A Long-tongued Nectar Bat (Macroglossus minimus) visits the flowers of a durian tree (Durio zibethinus) which open to release their nectar only at night. This bat, which is one of the smallest fruit bats, is an important pollinator of not only durian but many other forest trees. Danum Valley, Sabah, Malaysia (Borneo).
- © Chien C. Lee
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Bombacaceae, Borneo, Chiroptera, East Malaysia, Macroglossinae, Macroglossus, Magnoliopsida, Malaysia, Malvaceae, Malvales, Mammalia, Pteropodidae, Sabah, Southeast Asia, Yinpterochiroptera, animal, bat, bloom, camera trap, cauliflorous, cauliflory, fauna, flora, flower, fruit bat, long-tongued fruit bat, long-tongued nectar bat, mammal, megabat, plant, pollinate, pollination, ramiflorous, ramiflory, tropical, wildlife
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