This is the most common species of Nyctophilus in Australia. They have light grey fur on their back and almost white fur on the belly. They have very long ears up to 25 mm long and can be identified by the distinctive ‘Y-shaped’ groove behind the noseleaf. They are found all across Australia, except for coastal Queensland, in a range of habitats from arid desert to forest, agricultural and urban areas.
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