The Philippine tube-nosed fruit bat ( Nyctimene rabori ) locally known in Tagalog as Bayakan is a species of bat in the family Pteropodidae. It is endemic to the Philippines and known from the islands of Cebu, Negros and Sibuyan. It occurs in and near primary and secondary forests. It is often found near water. It is threatened by habitat loss due to deforestation.  The species is named for Dioscoro S. Rabor who, with several others, first collected the species. 
Tube-nosed fruit bats have laterally pointed, tube-like nostrils giving an unusual appearance. They have the ability to glide and are critically endangered. They feed on wild figs and insects and prefer trees instead of caves to roost in, which has curtailed their proliferation due to the proliferation of tree clearing and logging.