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"Grey-headed Flying Fox." The Action Plan for Australian Bats.
Torpy, 'Daytime Behaviour of the Grey-Headed Flying Fox Pteropus Poliocephalus Temminck (Pteropodidae: Megachiroptera) at an Autumn/Winter Roost', Australian Mammalogy, 28 (2006).
grey-headed flying foxes in ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA A RELATIVELY new resident in South Australia, these megabats moved from forested areas and set up a permanent base in the Adelaide region less than a decade ago, driven mainly by a lack of food resources and climate change.
Study's lead author Stefan Klose from the University of Ulm in Germany and colleagues examined grey-headed flying foxes, which are fruit-eating bats that live in colonies of up to 20,000 animals.