- The Indonesian fruit bat is a species of megabat in the Pteropodidae family. As the name suggests, fruit bats are frugivorous. They prefer aromatic fruit, especially mangoes. The bats feed mainly on small fruits by sucking out the juices and soft pulp. They also eat nectar and pollen.
Cynopterus titthaecheilus are found in South and Southeast Asia and Indonesia (Borneo). The fruit bats prefer to roost in small groups in trees, under leaves, and in caves. Only male bats are used for taxidermy purposes to allow the females to reproduce.
It weighs between 40 and 50 grams (0.74 and 1.13 oz) and has a wingspan of 25-35cm.
Species: Cynopterus titthaecheilus
Frame:10” x 12” with Glass
I have been collecting and producing taxidermy for over 10 years and ensure all product are museum standard. I personally preserve, spread and mount all insect displays in my studio here in London. I use high quality frames handmade in the UK.
Each specimen may slightly vary from the photos as nature is unique. The specimen I work with are not rare or endangered and come either insect farming programs (often run by governments or conservation groups), breeders and sustainable sources. For more information, please see our ethics page.
|Dimensions||38.5 × 31 × 4.5 cm|