Real Framed Bats In Archival Museum Displays On Ebay

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Real Framed Bats In Archival Museum Displays 

Real framed bats - an assortment of real bats from around the world. We offer a variety of bats like, fruit bats, insectivore bats, vampire bats and more!
Each bat comes framed in a solid wood and glass museum quality archival shadowbox display.
 

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Species: Tylonycteris pachypus
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: Brown
Common name: Bamboo Bat
Interesting Trait: Furry body with sharp teeth
Frame size: 8″ wide X 8″ tall
Description: This bat is common where bamboo grows
and feeds on insects including termites.
This taxidermy bat has a 5 1/2″ wingspan.

 

 
Species: Scotophilus kuhlii
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: Brown
Common name: Lesser Asiatic Yellow Bat
or Common Yellow House Bat
Interesting Trait: Furry body with large sharp teeth
Frame size: 13″ wide X 11″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in suburban areas.
The Lesser Asiatic Yellow Bat or Common Yellow House Bats
live in tiny crevices, cracks and holes in homes and buildings
and feed off of insects including beetles, moths, bees & wasps.
This taxidermy bat has an impressive 10 1/4″ wingspan.
 


Species: Rousettus leschenaulti
Native origin: Indonesia
Common name: Old world Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 6 1/2″ wide x 9.5″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests and
areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Old World Fruit bats inflict
serious damage on many fruit crops, and are considered pests.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 7 1/4″ long.
 

 

Species: Otomops formosus
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: brown
Common name: Javan Mastiff Bat
Interesting Trait: Furry brown hair with large ears
Frame size: 12″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This furry brown bat with large ears is endemic to
Indonesia and feeds off of insects
This taxidermy bat has an impressive 8 3/4″ wingspan.

 

Species: Eonycteris spelaea
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: light brown
Common name: Cave Nectar Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 14″ wide x 12″ tall
Description: This cave dwelling wolf faced bat with a long
tongue and large vampire fang teeth actually feeds on flowering
trees, pollen and nectar.
This taxidermy bat has an impressive 11″ wingspan.
 
 

Species: Hipposideros diadema
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: reddish brown
Common name: Diadema Leaf Nosed Bat
Interesting Trait: Odd leaf like nose
Frame size: 5″ wide x 9 1/2″ tall
Description: This orange cave dwelling bat with a leaf like nose
feeds on insects.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 6 1/2″ long.

 

 


Species:
Rhinolophus lepidus refulgens
Native origin:
Indonesia
Color: orange
Common name: Horse Shoe Bat
Interesting Trait: Orange furry body, horseshoe shaped nose and sharp teeth.
Frame size: 9 1/2″ wide X 8″ tall
Description: This furry orange bat with a horseshoe shaped nose and vampire
fangs roosts in caves and eats insects.
This taxidermy bat has a wingspan of 6 3/4″ -7″
 

Species: Cynopterus sphinx
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: brown
Common name: Greater Short Nose Indian Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 5″ wide x 9 1/2″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests
and areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Short-nosed fruit bats
inflict serious damage on many fruit crops, and are considered pests.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 6 1/8″ long.
 

 

Species: Pipistrellus javanicus
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: brown
Common name: Java Pipistrelle
Interesting Trait: Furry brown hair with vampire fangs
Frame size: 9 1/2″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This furry brown bat with sharp vampire fangs
like teeth roosts in trees, crevices and cracks in walls and
ceilings of houses and feeds off of insects
This taxidermy bat has an 6 3/4″ wingspan.
 

Species: Otomops formosus
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: brown
Common name: Javan Mastiff Bat
Interesting Trait: Furry brown hair with large ears
Frame size: 12″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This furry brown bat with large ears is endemic to
Indonesia and feeds off of insects
This taxidermy bat has an impressive 9 1/2″ wingspan.
 
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Species: Macroglossus minimus
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: light brown
Common name: Long Tongued Nectar Bat or Dagger
Toothed Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Long fox face with sharp teeth
Frame size: 13″ wide X 8″ tall
Description: A long haired long tongued fox faced fruit bat that
feeds on pollen and nectar from Banana flowers and Mangroves.
This taxidermy bat has an impressive 10 3/4″ wingspan.
 
 

Species: Kerivoula picta
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: orange black
Common name: Painted Bat or Painted Woolly Bat
Interesting Trait: Bright orange and black colors
Frame size: 11″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This brightly colored orange and black Halloween
bat with thick woolly hair roosts in nests of weaver finches and s
unbirds and feeds off of insects This taxidermy bat has an 7 3/4″ wingspan.
  

Species: Hipposideros diadema
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: reddish brown
Common name: Diadema Leaf Nosed Bat
Interesting Trait: Odd leaf like nose
Frame size: 5″ wide x 9 1/2″ tall
Description: This orange cave dwelling bat with a leaf like nose
feeds on insects.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 6 5/8″ long.



 

Species: Hipposideros bicolor
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: orange brown
Common name: Bicolored Roundleaf or Leaf Nosed Bat
Interesting Trait: flap of skin over the nose creates an
odd leaf like nose
Frame size: 12″ wide X 9 1/2″ tall
Description: This orange cave dwelling bat with a leaf like
nose feeds on insects.
This taxidermy bat has an impressive 9 3/4″ wingspan.
 
 

Species: Eonycteris spelaea
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: light brown
Common name: Cave Nectar Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 5″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This cave dwelling wolf faced bat with a long
tongue and large vampire fang teeth actually feeds on flowering
trees, pollen and nectar.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 5 3/4″ long.
 

Species: Eonycteris spelaea
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: light brown
Common name: Cave Nectar Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 14″ wide x 12″ tall
Description: This cave dwelling wolf faced bat with a long
tongue and large vampire fang teeth actually feeds on flowering
trees, pollen and nectar.
This taxidermy bat has an impressive 11 1/2″ wingspan.
 

Species: Eonycteris sphinx
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: brown
Common name: Greater Short Nose Indian Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 5″ wide x 9 1/2″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests
and areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Short-nosed fruit bats
inflict serious damage on many fruit crops, and are considered pests.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 6 1/2″ long.
 
 

Species: Cynopterus sphinx
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: Brown
Common name: Greater Short Nose Fruit Bat or Indian Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf Face with sharp teeth
Frame size: 18″ wide X 12″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests and
areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Short-nosed fruit bats inflict
serious damage on many fruit crops, and are considered pests.
This giant taxidermy bat has an impressive 16″ wingspan.
  

Species: Cynopyerus brachyotis
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: Brown with orange patches
Common name: Lesser Short Nose Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Gargoyle Face with sharp teeth
Frame size: 18″ wide X 12″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests
and areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Lesser short-nosed
fruit bats inflict serious damage on many fruit crops,
and are considered pests.
This giant taxidermy bat has an impressive 14 1/2″ wingspan.
 

Species:
Hipposideros diadema
Native origin:
Indonesia
Color: reddish brown
Common name: Diadema Leaf Nosed Bat
Interesting Trait:  Flap of skin over the nose creates an
odd leaf like nose
Frame size: 18″ wide x 12″ tall
Description: This orange cave dwelling bat with a leaf like
nose feeds on insects. This huge taxidermy bat has a massive
wingspan of 14 1/4″ and sharp vampire fangs.
 

Species: Cynopyerus brachyotis
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: Brown with orange patches
Common name: Lesser Short Nose Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Gargoyle Face with sharp teeth
Frame size: 18″ wide X 12″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests
and areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Lesser short-nosed
fruit bats inflict serious damage on many fruit crops,
and are considered pests.
This giant taxidermy bat has an impressive 14 3/4″ wingspan.
 

Species: Hipposideros diadema
Native origin:
Indonesia
Color: reddish brown
Common name: Diadema Leaf Nosed Bat
Interesting Trait:  Flap of skin over the nose creates an
odd leaf like nose
Frame size: 18″ wide x 12″ tall
Description: This orange cave dwelling bat with a leaf like
nose feeds on insects. This huge taxidermy bat has a massive
wingspan of 13 3/4″ and sharp vampire fangs.

 

Species: Eonycteris sphinx
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: brown
Common name: Greater Short Nose Indian Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 5″ wide x 9 1/2″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests
and areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Short-nosed fruit bats
inflict serious damage on many fruit crops, and are considered pests.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 6 1/4″ long.

 

 

Species: Kerivoula picta
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: orange black
Common name: Painted Bat or Painted Woolly Bat
Interesting Trait: Bright orange and black colors
Frame size: 11″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This brightly colored orange and black Halloween
bat with thick woolly hair roosts in nests of weaver finches and
sunbirds and feeds off of insects This taxidermy bat has an 7 3/4″ wingspan.
THIS IS THE ACTUAL SPECIMEN YOU WILL RECEIVE!
 

Species: Eonycteris spelaea
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: light brown
Common name: Cave Nectar Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 5″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This cave dwelling wolf faced bat with a long
tongue and large vampire fang teeth actually feeds on flowering
trees, pollen and nectar.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 5″ long.
THIS IS THE ACTUAL SPECIMEN YOU WILL RECEIVE!
 

Species: Eonycteris spelaea
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: light brown
Common name: Cave Nectar Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 5″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This cave dwelling wolf faced bat with a long
tongue and large vampire fang teeth actually feeds on flowering
trees, pollen and nectar.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 5 1/4″ long.
THIS IS THE ACTUAL SPECIMEN YOU WILL RECEIVE!
 

 

Species: Cynopyerus brachyotis
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: Brown with orange patches
Common name: Lesser Short Nose Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Gargoyle Face with sharp teeth
Frame size: 18″ wide X 12″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests
and areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Lesser short-nosed
fruit bats inflict serious damage on many fruit crops,
and are considered pests.
This giant taxidermy bat has an impressive 15″ wingspan.
THIS IS THE ACTUAL SPECIMEN YOU WILL RECEIVE!
 

Species: Kerivoula picta
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: orange black
Common name: Painted Bat or Painted Woolly Bat
Interesting Trait: Bright orange and black colors
Frame size: 11″ wide x 8″ tall
Description: This brightly colored orange and black Halloween bat with thick woolly hair roosts in nests of weaver finches and sunbirds and feeds off of insects This taxidermy bat has an 8 1/4″ wingspan.
THIS IS THE ACTUAL SPECIMEN YOU WILL RECEIVE!
 

Species: Cynopterus sphinx
Native origin: Indonesia
Color: brown
Common name: Greater Short Nose Indian Fruit Bat
Interesting Trait: Long wolf face with vampire fang teeth
Frame size: 6 1/2″ wide x 10 1/2″ tall
Description: A common bat species found in tropical forests
and areas where fruit crops are cultivated. Short-nosed fruit bats
inflict serious damage on many fruit crops, and are considered pests.
This taxidermy bat is hanging in the realistic resting pose.
This bat measures 6 3/4″ long.
THIS IS THE ACTUAL SPECIMEN YOU WILL RECEIVE!