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Chan ard Thailand Red Data: Mammals, Reptiles and Amphibians. Jarujin has also participated in the development of master plans for several national parks in Thailand. In addition to experience on terrestrial ecosystems and entomology, Dr. Jarujin also carry out study on the effects of various projects. Tanya is an expert in reptile and amphibian study and research.

With over 20 years of experience, Mr. Tanya is very knowledgeable and has come across a great deal of reptiles and amphibians species samples from all across Thailand. He is presently conducting surveys and collecting reptile and amphibian samples continuously. Integrated Promotion Technology Co.

Telephone 66 Facsimile Mae Hong Son 2. Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Nhong Bua Lumpoo Si Sa Ket Nakhon Si Thammarat The initial IUCN List, which provided a set of criteria to evaluate the extinction risk of thousands of species and subspecies, was created under the 2. IUCN version numbering system. Its identification criteria was later modified and upgraded to the 3. Which is considered as the world s most comprehensive inventory of the global conservation status of plant and animal species.

Thus in October , the Thailand Red Data: Vertebrates List and Project was initiated and underwent a series of data collection, analyses, and meetings amongst involved experts. ONEP sincerely hopes that this manual will be helpful in the identification of mammals, reptiles and amphibians in Thailand as well as provide basic information for research use in development projects, and related policy development that would all lead to sustainable biological management.

Birds and Thailand Red Data: Fishes, which will be helpful in the same way. ONEP would also like to thanks all experts and academics involved who have helped in the creation of this Red List.

Concluding from the status study of mammals, reptiles and amphibians, there are 13 orders, 42 families, genera, and species of mammals; 3 orders, 23 families, genera, and at least species forms of reptiles; 3 orders, 8 families, 40 genera, and species forms of amphibians.

However new records of these three groups of animals are continuously being reported. The above three groups of animals have been categorized and listed as either extinct, extinct in the wild, critically endangered, endangered, vulnerable, near threatened, least concern, data deficient or endemic.

Out of species of mammals classified, one is an extinct species, the Schomburgk s Deer Cervus schomburgki. This deer has been extinct from Thailand and the world for over 70 years. In the past, the Schomburgk s Deer was prevalent in the central plains of Thailand, but presently only antler remains are found. There are also 4 species that are extinct in the wild, 12 critically endangered, 35 endangered, 69 vulnerable, 15 near threatened, 10 species of least concern, 13 with deficient data, and 5 endemic.

A total of species forms of reptiles have been classified, all of which have been found and reported in Thailand. The false gavial Tomistoma schlegelii is listed as extinct in the wild due to intense hunting, and since its eggs require a long incubation period, they are at greater risk to harm from various predators.

Presently there is no existing record of false gavials found in the wild. Within the remaining reptile species, eleven are classified as critically endangered, 5 6 forms as endangered, 16 as vulnerable, 48 50 forms as near threatened, forms as least concern, 89 92 forms as data deficient, and 47 species 49 forms as endemic.

It is note that certain subspecies of the same species are categorized separately. There are species forms of amphibians that have been categorized, all of which have been found and reported in Thailand, including 5 species that are vulnerable, 33 species that are near threatened, 64 species 65 forms that are of least concern, 35 species that are deficient in data and finally, 7 species are endemic.

Lastly, we sincerely hope that this book is educational and useful in the identification and status assessment of mammals, reptiles and amphibians, as well as provide basic information for research use in development projects, and related policy creation that would all lead to sustainable biological management. Endemic Reptiles Tomistoma schlegelii Crocodylus porosus Crocodylus siamensis Chelonia mydas Eretmochelys imbricata Lepidochelys olivacea Dermochelys coriacea Batagur baska Callagur borneensis Chitra chitra Chitra vandijki Pelochelys cantorii Platysternon megacephalum Indotestudo elongata Manouria emys emys Manouria emys phayrei Manouria impressa Physignathus cocincinus Status: Endemic Reference Index Sources.

Cervus schomburgki Common Name: Lowland floodplain of rivers. Now entirely extirpated from Thailand. This spectacular deer is endemic to low-lying plains of the central part, but at present already extinct. Back uniformly dark brown with lighter underpart. Forehead and legs of reddish shades of brown. Short tail has silvery white under surface. Distinctive antlers of the bucks often described as basket-like, formed by the forking at every point of branching; beam relatively short; and brow tine always forked.

Cervus eldii Common Name: Clearings in mixed deciduous forest. This medium-sized deer has variable coat colours according to the season, light brown with pale underpart in dry season and dark brown with whitish underpart in wet season. White colour appears on chin, around eyes and along ear margings. Only bucks have antlers, which are bow-shaped with long brow tine forming a continuous curve with the beam, with many small tines clustered at the upper end of the beam.

Does lighter in colour than bucks; fawn distinctly spotted. Bos sauveli Common Name: Head-body m; tail cm; height m, weight kg. A large wild cattle with peculiar horn shape and in adult bulls long hanging dewlaps. Old bulls almost black or very dark brown; cows and young bulls grey with lighter underpart.

Both sexes have white stockings. Horns of bulls curving forwords and round, then up with frayed tips, while those of cows are lyre-shaped. Dorsal ridge in bulls weakly developed. Rhinoceros sondaicus Common Name: Evergreen forest with hills and streams. Now already extinct from Thailand. Formerly from Kanchanaburi Thung Yai. Height up to 1. This massive herbivore, of armour-plated appearance, has only one horn on the end of the nose, grey hairless skin and short stout legs.

Unlike the cattle horns, rhino horns have no bony core like those of cattle and sheep, and consisting entirely of keratin fibres fusing compacted together on a roughened area on the skull.

Each foot has only three toes. Three skin folds crossing body on neck, behind front legs and before hind legs. Dicerorhinus sumatrensis Common Name: Head-body m; tail cm; height m; anterior horn up to 38 cm; weight , kg. A two-horned hairy herbivore with large stocky body, short stout legs and three toes on each foot.

Skin grey or reddish grey, sparsely covered with long hair. Anterior horn much longer than posterior one; both on top of its nose.

Only one skin fold seen across the body behind the front legs. Callosciurus prevostii Common Name: Lowland swamp forest, rubber plantations. Narathiwat Pa Phru Toh Dang. Head-body cm; tail cm; weight g. A strikingly-coloured arboreal squirrel of the extreme south rainforest. Upperpart black, underpart and lower part of both legs chestnut red, between which there is a broad white side stripe running from the snout to hind quarter, with a thin black line below it.

Tail bushy black, as long as the head-body length. Felis chaus Common Name: Dry savana and scrub forest. This scrub-dwelling cat is larger than a domestic cat with long legs and a short ringed tail.

Body sandy brown to yellow grey, paler on the belly; sometimes with dark stripes on face and legs. Ears tapered and tufted with a light spot at the base, having longer ears than other wild cats.

Young have close-set striped pattern which disappears in the adult. Ictailurus planiceps Common Name: Evergreen forest near streams. Head-body cm; tail cm; weight kg. A small dark greyish to reddish brown cat, of the size of a domestic cat, with slightly flattened head, small rounded ears and very short tail.

Hair of upperpart with grey and pale buff speckling; those of underpart usually white spotted sparsely with dark marking on throat, belly and inner sides of legs. Face with distinct white tear streaks.

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