Artibeus watsoni (bat)

Mass: 12.2 g based on Kalko et al. 1996, Estrada et al. 1993, Meyer et al. 2008, ter Hofstede and Fenton 2005, and Vleut et al. 2015

Diet: frugivore based on Giannini and Kalko 2004, Castro-Luna et al. 2007, Kalko et al. 2008, de la Peña-Cuéllar et al. 2012, García-García et al. 2014, and de la Peña-Cuéllar et al. 2015

Abundance: 0.17 to 5.82% (median 1.86%)

Latitudinal range: -2.5° to 18.4°

Habitats: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (2), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (13)

Found in 15 samples

Belize: Lamanai

Brazil: Amanã Sustainable Development Reserve (terra firme high-water under-storey)

Mexico: Los Tuxtlas Biological Research Station (forest fragment bats), Lacanhá (rain forest), Los Tuxtlas (forest, 1990 - 1992), Los Tuxtlas Biological Research Station (shaded plantation bats), Lacanhá (Ochroma pyramidale managed forest), Lacanhá (secondary forest), Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve (partially surrounded, secondary forest), Montes Azules Biosphere Reserve (partially surrounded, rainforest), Lacandona (riparian mature), Lacandona (riparian pasture), Comalcalco, Carrizal Viejo (mist nets), Parque Estatal La Sierra

Size measurements:
body mass12.5 gN = 78Kalko et al. 1996
body mass14 gN = 8Estrada et al. 1993
body mass12.1 gN = 1Meyer et al. 2008
body mass11.4 gN = 13ter Hofstede and Fenton 2005
body mass11.9 gN = 78Vleut et al. 2015

See also Artibeus, Artibeus anderseni, Artibeus aztecus, Artibeus bogotensis, Artibeus cinereus, Artibeus concolor, Artibeus fimbriatus, Artibeus fraterculus, Artibeus glaucus, Artibeus gnomus, Artibeus hirsutus, Artibeus intermedius, Artibeus jamaicensis, Artibeus lituratus, Artibeus obscurus, Artibeus phaeotis, Artibeus planirostris, Artibeus ravus, Artibeus rosenbergi, Artibeus spp., Artibeus toltecus