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chiropterophily (s) (noun), chiropterophilies (pl)
Nectar-feeding or long tongued and melliferous bats that search for flowers to get sugary pollen and, at the same time, pollinate them: Chiropterophily creatures are guided by their echolocation system as well as odor cues in detecting and recognizing these apparently delicious sources of food.

Chiropterophilies drink nectar of certain kinds of flowers and these nectar-feeding plants typically offer this sweet liquid secretion for extended periods of time so the bats will return often.

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