There are no fallacies per se related to being a listener rather than a speaker.
That is not to say that listeners do not make errors. They do! They can mishear, misunderstand, willfully mishear or misinterpret, selectively ignore, mistakenly attribute intentions, and in other ways fail to listen well.
However, fallacies as understood in philosophy are errors of reasoning. That is, they are errors arising in moving, in thought or speech, from one claim to another. Listeners, as such, do not do that. So, they are not subject to fallacies.
Of course nobody is purely a listener, probably even briefly. We're always thinking our own thoughts and perhaps preparing to present them. And indeed, understanding someone else's reasoning requires a kind of cognitive activity. But in such listening per se we are not drawing our own inferences, so much as following others' inferences. So, when someone inhabits the role of the listener, partially and temporarily, they cannot commit fallacies as part of that role.