Boeadi's roundleaf bat, Boeadi’s roundleaf bat
Boeadi’s roundleaf bat (Hipposideros boeadii ) is a species of roundleaf bat found in Indonesia.
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It is a small- to medium-sized roundleaf bat, with a forearm length of 40.5–42.7 mm (1.59–1.68 in) and a weight of 6.8–8.5 g (0.24–0.30 oz).Its fur is reddish-brown over its whole body.Its ears, nose-leaf, and flight membranes are all dark brown or blackish.
The type locality of this species is Rawa Aopa Watumohai National Park in Indonesia. All individuals of the type series were documented in lowland rainforest, 1–4 km (0.62–2.49 mi) from savanna habitat. Its estimated extent of occurrence is 382 km2 (147 sq mi).
As of 2016, Boeadi’s roundleaf bat is listed as a data deficient species by the IUCN.It meets the criteria for this classification because, as a recently described species, there is limited information on its ecological needs, distribution, and status.Any threats that this species faces are unknown.