There are several that are recognized by ITIS: the Southern long-nosed bat is Leptonycteris curasoae, the Greater long-nosed bat is Leptonycteris nivalis, and the Lesser long-nosed bat is Leptonycteris yerbabuenae. Similar species are the Minor long-nosed long-tongued bat Choeroniscus minor, and the Puerto Rican long-nosed bat, Monophyllus frater.
The brown long eared bat lives in regions in Great Britain. This bat is the second most common bat in the country.
The lifespan of the Long Eared Bat is the maximum of 30 years.
Eastern Long-eared Bat was created in 1915.
Grey long-eared bat was created in 1829.
Underwood's Long-tongued Bat was created in 1903.
Pallas's Long-tongued Bat was created in 1766.
Long-tongued Nectar Bat was created in 1810.
Northern Long-eared Bat was created in 1959.
Sunda Long-eared Bat was created in 1991.
Lesser Long-eared Bat was created in 1821.
Pygmy Long-eared Bat was created in 1892.