A list of 24 taxa of Odon., including a minimum of 19 spp., eaten by 2 spp. of leaf-nosed bats (Phyllostomatidae) is given. These prey, taken in Costa Rica and the West Indies, are compared with Odon. in other bat food studies. Odonates are apparently not an important part of the diet of aerial insectivore bats, but are a regular though small fraction of the food of foliage-gleaning insectivore bats.