TofuJoe Downloadable: Bats Collection images (.jpg .png)

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A collection of 16 Gorgeous Public Domain bat images. This is a digital product – you will receive 16 high-resolution files (16 .pngs). All images feature background transparency and are ideal for printing on various colors. Copyright free for any use, personal or commercial. No physical product will be shipped to you.

Images included:

Top row, left to right: (1) 3 Small Bats, (2) Northern Ghost Bat & Spectral Bat, (3) Chuuk Flying Fox Bat, (4) Moupin Broad-Muzzled Bat & Intermediate Roundleaf Bat.

Second row, left to right: (5) Geoffroy’s Bat & Long Fingered Bat, (6) Lesser Dog-Like Bat & Shaggy Bat, (7) Long Legged Bat & Seba’s Short Tailed Bat, (8) South American Bats.

Third row, left to right: (9) Velvety Free-Tailed Bat & Red Myotis Bat, (10) Silver-Tipped Myotis Bat, (11) Mariana Fruit Bat, (12) Seba’s Short-Haired Bat.

Bottom row, left to right: (13) Wrinkle-Lipped Free-Tailed Bat, (14) Long-Eared Bat, (15) Phyllostoma Grayi Bat, (16) Common Vampire Bat.

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Description

These high resolution images have been optimized. The background page yellowing has been removed, colors have been adjusted and defects and damages fixed. These images may be used digitally on any colored background or printed on t-shirts, coffee mugs, tote bags or anything else you can think of.

  • Copyright: Public Domain (May be used for any use, personal or commercial)
  • 16 files 16 .png
  • 300 dpi
  • RGB color space
  • (1) 3 Small Bats, 5100 x 6000 pixels, 17″ x 20″, .png (19.7MB with transparent background), Source: A natural history of birds, Year: 1776, Artist: George Edwards.
  • (2) Northern Ghost Bat (Diclidurus albus) & Spectral Bat (Vampyrum spectrum), 4200 x 6300 pixels, 14″ x 21″, .png (34.9MB with transparent background), Source: The naturalist’s library, Year: 1833, Artist: Sir. William Jardine.
  • (3) Chuuk Flying Fox Bat (Pteropus Insularis), 5400 x 2100 pixels, 18″ x 7″, .png (9.66MB with transparent background), Source: Voyage au pole sud et dans l’Océanie sur les corvettes l’Astrolabe et la Zélée : pendant les années 1837-1838-1839-1840, Year: 1842, Artist: Werner.
  • (4) Moupin Broad-Muzzled Bat (Submyotodon moupinensis) & Intermediate Roundleaf Bat (Hipposideros larvatus), 3900 x 5400 pixels, 13″ x 18″, .png (16.5MB with transparent background), Source: Recherches pour servir à l’histoire naturelle des mammifères : comprenant des considérations sur la classification de ces animaux, Year: 1868-1874, Artist: H. (Henri) Milne-Edwards.
  • (5) Geoffroy’s Bat (Myotis emarginatus) & Long Fingered Bat (Myotis capaccinii), 5700 x 5400 pixels, 19″ x 18″, .png (25.3MB with transparent background), Source: Iconografia della fauna italica : per le quattro classi degli animali vertebrati, Year: 1832, Artist: Petrus Quattrocchi.
  • (6) Lesser Dog-Like Bat (Peropteryx macrotis) & Shaggy Bat (Centronycteris maximiliani), 4800 x 3900 pixels, 16″ x 13″, .png (13.7MB with transparent background), Source: Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens, Year: 1822, Artist: Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied.
  • (7) Long Legged Bat (Macrophyllum macrophyllum) & Seba’s Short Tailed Bat (Carollia perspicillata), 4800 x 3300 pixels, 16″ x 11″, .png (14.1MB with transparent background), Source: Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens, Year: 1822, Artist: Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied.
  • (8) South American Bats, .png (29.1MB with transparent background), Source: Animaux nouveaux ou rares recueillis pendant l’expédition dans les parties centrales de l’Amérique du Sud : de Rio de Janeiro a Lima, et de Lima au Para, Year: 1855, Artist: “Werner”.
  • (9) Velvety Free-Tailed Bat (Molossus Molossus) & Red Myotis Bat (Myotis Ruber), 3900 x 5700 pixels, 13″ x 19″, .png (29.1MB with transparent background), Source: Voyage dans l’Amérique Méridionale, Year: 1835, Artist: “Werner” and Alcide d’Orbigny.
  • (10) Silver-tipped Myotis bat (Myotis albescens), 5700 x 4200 pixels, 19″ x 14″, .png (19.7MB with transparent background), Source: Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens, Year: 1822, Artist: Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied.
  • (11) Mariana Fruit Bat (Pteropus mariannus), 2700 x 3000 pixels, 9″ x 10″, .png (6.54MB with transparent background), Source: Voyage autour du monde, Year: 1824, Artist: Florent Prévost.
  • (12) Seba’s Short Tailed Bat (Carollia perspicillata), 4800 x 1500 pixels, 16″ x 5″, .png (5.62MB with transparent background), Source: Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens, Year: 1822, Artist: Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied.
  • (13) Wrinkle-Lipped Free-Tailed Bat (Chaerephon plicatus), 5400 x 2100 pixels, 18″ x 7″, .png (9.66MB with transparent background), Source: Illustrations of Indian zoology; chiefly selected from the collection of Major-General Hardwicke .., Year: 1830, Artist: John Edward Gray.
  • (14) “Long-Eared Bat”, 6300 x 2700 pixels, 21″ x 9″, .png (12.8MB with transparent background), Source: Drawing, Year: 1560-1585, Artist: Anonymous.
  • (15) Phyllostoma Grayi, 4800 x 1800 pixels, 16″ x 6″, .png (5.07MB with transparent background), Source: The zoology of the voyage of H.M.S. Beagle, Year: 1839-1843, Artist: John Gould.
  • (16) Common Vampire Bat (Desmodus rotundus), 5700 x 3300 pixels, 19″ x 11″, .png (18.6MB with transparent background), Source: Abbildungen zur Naturgeschichte Brasiliens, Year: 1822, Artist: Prince Maximilian of Wied-Neuwied.
  • ***Note: The low resolution sample image on this page may be blurry and/or pixelated from compression. The downloadable versions are high resolution and beautiful!***