Saccopteryx bilineata (bat)

Mass: 7.9 g based on Kuns and Tashian 1954, Morrison 1980, Bernard 2001, Estrada et al. 1993, Lawlor 1973, Patterson et al. 1996, and Studier et al. 1983

Diet: insectivore based on Patterson et al. 1996, Ochoa et al. 2000, Bernard 2002, Aguirre et al. 2003, Kalko et al. 2008, Freeman and Lemen 2010, and de la Peña-Cuéllar et al. 2012

Abundance: 0.11 to 20.95% (median 0.38%)

Latitudinal range: -15.3° to 20.3°

Habitats: tropical/subtropical dry broadleaf forest (10), tropical/subtropical moist broadleaf forest (14), tropical/subtropical savanna (1), tropical/subtropical wetland (1)

Found in 26 samples

Belize: Lamanai

Bolivia: Espíritu

Brazil: Area de Pesquisas Ecológicas do Guamá, Alter do Chão, Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project Reserves 1501 and 1401, Una (forests), Amanã Sustainable Development Reserve (terra firme high-water under-storey), Una (cabrucas), Ilhéus (cabrucas)

Colombia: Montería, La Reserva Natural La Montaña del Ocaso, Chorrillo, Reserva Forestal Protectora Serranía de Coraza

Costa Rica: Cañas, Rincón de Osa

Guatemala: Tikal

Guyana: Burro-Burro River, Kurupukari

Mexico: Los Tuxtlas Biological Research Station (forest fragment bats), Biosphere Reserve Los Petenes (large forest islands), Los Tuxtlas (forest, 1990 - 1992), Los Tuxtlas Biological Research Station (shaded plantation bats)

Peru: Reserva Nacional Allpahuayo-Mishana

Trinidad and Tobago: Victoria-Mayaro Forest Reserve

Venezuela: Mayorica, Parque Recreacional Leonor Bernabó

Size measurements:
♀ body mass6.5 gN = 1Kuns and Tashian 1954
♀ body mass6.8 gN = 1Kuns and Tashian 1954
body mass8.1 gN = 16Morrison 1980
body mass8.5 gN = 2Bernard 2001
body mass7 gN = 8Estrada et al. 1993
body mass7.5 gN = 6Lawlor 1973
body mass8 gN = 1Patterson et al. 1996
body mass11.2 gN = 3Studier et al. 1983

See also Saccopteryx, Saccopteryx canescens, Saccopteryx gymnura, Saccopteryx leptura