Hardwicke’s Woolly Bat Kerivoula hardwickii roosting in a furled  ginger leaf in the gardens of the Sukau Rainforest Lodge on the Kinabatangan River  in December 2016. According to Suhaillie the senior guide at the lodge there are often several bats roosting in the same ginger leaf . The bats move to a new leaf every few days presumably because of the mess created by their faeces.

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Suhaillie a senior guide working for Borneo Ecotours at the Sukau Rainforest Lodge on the Kinabatangan.  Suhaillie is local to Sukau  and possesses a vast knowledge of the Kinabatangan plants and animals and their ecology.
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The jetty of the Sukau Rainforest Lodge on the Kinabatangan.
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Several species of nectar bats and insects eating bats roost in the rolled up leaves of bananas and gingers in Borneo.

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