This bat has the clunky common name of Leach's single leaf bat, and the rather more eloquent scientific name Monophyllus redmani (stress the second 'o' in Monophyllus). It is a Caribbean species, and in general a cave dweller during the days. One look at that nose puts it firmly in the nectar bat feeding regime, but the science behind the bat actually shows that it is more of a generalist. It prefers nectar, but will eat fruit, and is quite capable of catching and eating insects "on the wing" as well. This photo was taken in St. Clair Cave, Jamaica.
Keith Christenson - Wildlife Biologist