The Schultz’s Round-eared Bat was discovered by Williams & Genoways in 1980. It inhabits Brazil, Guyana and Suriname. It is currently (2003) listed as a near-threatened species. It was listed as endangered in 1996, but the threat was reduced in 2000.
Very few reportings of this particular bat species have been uncovered. It is from the Phyllostominae family of bats. Bats in this family are Spear-nosed or Round-eared bats.
It is rare to find this particular species of bat, and thus very little research has been carried out. It is also known simply as the Warty-armed Round-eared Bat.
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