Gould's Long-eared Bat
Roosts under peeling bark and in tree hollows. Females form colonies of approximately 20 while males roost alone or in small groups. Hibernation occurs over winter. One or two young are born in October-November. They forage below the canopy amongst vegetation.
The nose-leaf is T-shaped.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia
The very long ears of Gould's Long-eared Bat fold down when the bats are resting. Body measurements may be used to separate it from the smaller Lesser Long-eared Bat.
Carnivore. Moths, beetles, bugs, spiders, flies and ants.
Found in a variety of habitats including shrubland and rainforest.
Native to Australia