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Fulvous - us: tawny; light brown with much yellow; nearly orange
-- Fulvous, darker on back, very similar to _V. montanus_, only more generally rufous and paler, with longer hair and larger teeth; face, outer side of fore-legs and base of tail pale fulvous; spot on side of face, chin, front of fore-legs, and a round spot on upper part of hind foot blackish; hairs of tail tipped black; ears externally black; tail tipped largely with white.
Yeah maaaan, I saw “Fulvous Whistling Duck” when they opened for “Strawberry Alarm Clock” back in the 60’s.
"Leschenaultii (Cynonycteris amplexicaudata) (_Fulvous Fox-Bat_) 40