Looking at the translations of the English word "butterfly" (insect) on Wiktionary I was surprised to see it translated as Fleddermaus in Pennsylvania Dutch1. I would have expected something more like Schmetterling or Summervogel (with Fleddermaus instead meaning "bat" as in Standard German). Out of curiosity I checked the translation of the English "bat" (mammal) into Pennsylvania Dutch but none was given.
Is the translation of Fleddermaus as "butterfly" correct (for Pennsyslvania Dutch) and what is the word for "bat" in that dialect?
1 The following quotation is given as a usage example:
Un hie un do sehnt mer noch en Fleddermaus, as widder zu Gnaade kumme is.
Source: 2006, Deutsch-Pennsylvanischer Arbeitskreis (eds.), Mit Pennsylvaanisch-Deitsch darich's yaahr: A Pennsylvania German reader for grandparents and grandchildren, Tintenfaß (publ.), page 118.