The Greenhall's Dog-faced Bat (Molossops greenhalli; Syn. Cynomops greenhalli). Distribution from Mexico to Ecuador and NE Brazil and Trinidad. The subspecies described from Mexico and Honduras, has been named M. greenhalli mexicanus.
It is an insect-eating bat, 40-97 mm in length. Yellowish brown to black above, grey underneath. Broadfaced with widely separated eyes. Ears short and rounded; antitragus square; lips not wrinkled; broad snout. Mostly found at low elevations. Colonies of 50-77 roost in hollow branches of large trees. Males and females stay together throughout the year.