A new species of Murina, which belongs to the ‘cyclotis-group’, is described from Cambodia. It is characterised by the attachment point of the plagiopatagium, its large skull size, the distinctive shape of the rostrum, and the relative sizes of the upper incisors. To date, it is only known from Kirirom National Park, where it was collected in disturbed semi-evergreen gallery forest, which had many immature trees.
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