Habitat: Lowland forests near water, roosts on tree trunks overhanging water, also in crevices, hollow trees, and culverts. Distribution: This bat species has been reported from southern Mexico to southeast Brazil, also Trinidad. Natural History Notes: An aerial insectivore, usually feeds over water, roosts upside down with wings folded and at a 45 degree angle, very alert. At night, this species catches insects right over the water and will usually forage within 3 m of the surface. No harem formation but there may be a dominant male in the group. Birth periods centered around the rainy seasons. Characteristics: Small size, dorsal pelage yellowish gray, grizzled, with two whitish longitudinal stripes, grayish tufts on forearm, no wing sacs, very pointed snout without noseleaf, weight 3-4 gms., forearm 35-41 mm. Notes: Conservation status according to IUCN 2008 Red list: Least Concern (LC).