IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)

Distribution

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Miller's long-tongued bat has only been found to live in Northern South America, and several islands near the mainland. Specifically, it is found as far North and West as Colombia, as far East as Guyana, and some of the Caribbean islands. It is distributed continuously throughout those regions (Webster, Handley, and Soriano 1998) (Webster 1991). The islands it inhabits includes the Netherlands Antilles (Aruba, Curacao, and Bonaire), the continental islands of Margarita, Trinidad, and Tobago, and the Southern Lesser Antillies from Grenada as far North as St. Vincent (not including Barbados) (Webster 1993).

Biogeographic Regions: neotropical (Native )

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