Lesser dog-faced fruit bat (Cynopterus brachyotis)
Also called the short-nosed or common fruit bat, this species is common to abundant throughout most of its range. It occurs in a range of habitats from lowland primary and secondary forests to mangroves, cultivated areas, and parks and gardens.
By day it roosts under shaded trees, sometimes underneath the protective cover of epiphytic ferns, or near the entrance of caves. It can be identified by the pale edges of the ears and the whitish wing bones. It feeds on small fruits, figs and nectar.
The species ranges from Sri Lanka, through Burma, Thailand and Indochina to Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines and Indonesia.