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  • The lesser tube-nosed bat (Nyctimene draconilla) and greater sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura furax) are considered vulnerable.

    Northern New Guinea lowland rain and freshwater swamp forests

  • The ecoregion harbors one near-endemic mammal species: New Guinea sheathtail bat, Emballonura furax (Table 1).

    New Guinea mangroves

  • Alea sequa vorax species certissima furti Non contenta bonis, animum quoque perfida mergit; -- Furca, furax -- infamis, iners, furiosa, ruina.

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  • (Emballonura furax) from the island of New Guinea.

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  • Bulmer's fruit bat (Aproteles bulmerae) and the large pogonomelomys (Pogonomelomys bruijni) are critically endangered, whereas the lesser tube-nosed bat (Nyctimene draconilla), New Guinea sheathtail-bat (Emballonura furax), Fly River horseshoe-bat (Hipposideros muscinus), and Papuan mastiff bat (Otomops papuensis) are considered vulnerable.

    Southern New Guinea lowland rain forests

  • Family Species Macropodidae Dendrolagus spadix Macropodidae Dorcopsis luctuosa Macropodidae Dorcopsis muelleri Pteropodidae Aproteles bulmerae Pteropodidae Nyctimene draconilla Emballonuridae Emballonura furax Rhinolophidae Hipposideros wollastoni Rhinolophidae Hipposideros muscinus Vespertilionidae Kerivoula muscina Molossidae Otomops papuensis Muridae Melomys lorentzi Muridae Melomys gracilis Muridae Pogonomelomys bruijni An asterisk signifies that the species 'range is limited to this ecoregion.

    Southern New Guinea lowland rain forests

  • Family Species Perorictidae Echymipera clara Perorictidae Echymipera echinista Macropodidae Dorcopsis hageni* Macropodidae Dorcopsis muelleri Pteropodidae Nyctimene draconilla Emballonuridae Emballonura furax Rhinolophidae Hipposideros wollastoni Rhinolophidae Hipposideros edwardshill* Vespertilionidae Kerivoula muscina Molossidae Otomops secundus Muridae Paraleptomys rufilatus Muridae Hydromys hussoni Muridae Pogonomelomys mayeri An asterisk signifies that the species 'range is limited to this ecoregion.

    Northern New Guinea lowland rain and freshwater swamp forests

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