A New Species of the Hipposideros pratti Group (Chiroptera, Hipposideridae) from Lao PDR and Vietnam

@inproceedings{Robinson2003ANS,
  title={A New Species of the Hipposideros pratti Group (Chiroptera, Hipposideridae) from Lao PDR and Vietnam},
  author={Mark F. Robinson and Paulina D. Jenkins and Charles M. Francis and Anthony J. C. Fulford},
  year={2003}
}
A new species of Hipposideros belonging to the H. pratti group is described. The species has been identified from a fairly restricted area in central Lao PDR and adjacent Vietnam, in South East Asia. The species is a large leaf-nosed bat, mid-way in size between the two other species known from the group, H. lylei and H. pratti, and its skull is significantly different in shape compared to the other two species. The new species roosts at least partially in caves in areas of degraded mixed… 
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