Carollia perspicillata. Carollia perspicillata, Seba’s short-tailed bat. Photo by Merlin D. Tuttle, courtesy of Bat Conservation International. Here we provide evidence on the consumption of leaves by Carollia perspicillata in northeastern Brazil, through records of its feeding behavior. INTRODUCTION. Carollia perspicillata has proven to be a valuable laboratory model for studies in reproduction and development. We present here an overview.
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