2 edition of Mammals of Thailand found in the catalog.
Mammals of Thailand
|Statement||by Boonsong Lekagul and Jeffrey A. McNeely, with a chapter on Muridae by Joe T. Marshall and a chapter on Sciuridae by Robert Askins ; foreword by Harold Jefferson Coolidge.|
|Contributions||McNeely, Jeffrey A.|
|LC Classifications||QL729.T53 B86|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||li, 758 p. :|
|Number of Pages||758|
A Guide to the Large Mammals of Thailand. Parr. ISBN Attractive drawings and half a page of text covering the large mammals. Bats, rats and shrews are not covered. Useful, but beware the range maps can be way off and the colours of the illustrations can be misleading. Mammals of Thailand. Lekagul and McNeely. ISBN. Mammals of Thailand by Bunsong Lēkhakun; Jeffrey A McNeely; Joe T Marshall; Robert Askins; S Dillon Ripley; Association for the Conservation of Wildlife. Print book: Government publication.
The birds of Thailand included species as of Of them, more than are rare or accidental, six have been introduced by humans, and eight have been y two of the country's species are globally threatened. The birds of Thailand are mainly typical of the Indomalayan realm, with affinities to the Indian subcontinent to the west, and, particularly in Southern Thailand. A new collection of Illustrated Checklists covering all the mammals; an easy-to use resource that allows you to quickly find information on every species known to occupy the area. Download the Checklist of the Birds of West Indies as a PDF file, specially prepared by the authors of the guide.
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Mammals of Thailand Hardcover – by Jeffrey A. Legakul, Boonsong and McNeeley (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating5/5(1). Mammals of Thailand is the best book about Southeast Asian mammals available.
It is unfortunately about as rare as the animals it describes. The pictures of skulls and antlers are unsurpassed. The extinct Schomburgk's deer information is fascinating, as is that of the extremely rare kouprey and Javan rhinoceros.5/5(1).
Split into two sections, the first looks at the origins and evolution, zoogeography, and environmental effects of species diversity. Chapters also cover ecology, behaviour and conservation of this region's fragile ecosystem.|The main part of the book comprises the species accounts. As far as I know, this is the only field guide style publication that deals specifically with the mammals of Thailand.
It covers all mammalian species known to Thailand comprising Cervus schomburgki(Schomburgk’s Deer) globally extinct since the ’s which was only known from the now nonexistent forests of Thailand’s Central Plains and four other species now nationally extinct, including Bos sauveli(Kouprey.
Mammals of Thailand. Bangkok: Association for the Conservation of Wildlife, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bunsong Lēkhakun; Jeffrey A. Mammals of Thailand. Home > Mammals. Kingdom: Animalia Class: Mammalia. Order: Artiodactyla - Family: Bovidae.
Bubalus arnee. Order: Artiodactyla - Family: Cervidae. Please note that individual species identifications do not necessarily represent the opinion of all contributors. Main Pages. Insects of Thailand.
Arachnids of Thailand. Mammals of Thailand. The mammals of Thailand are contained in 14 orders, divided into 49 families. The larger families of bats and rodents are further divided into subfamilies.
A total of species are recorded from Thailand. Taxonomy and nomenclature mostly follows the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species with latest published taxonomic. Mammal species in Thailand. Please note that some of the species listed below may be extinct or no longer found in Thailand.
The range maps for species below may not be accurate or complete. Our work is not pure scientific but we try to verify the data we collect as much we can. The biggest international online bookstore in Thailand. Find promotions or pre-order book, eBook, magazine, eMagazine, stationery and more.
About this book. This concise guide will assist the amateur naturalists and professionals in the field identification of all large mammal species found within Thailand. Thailand is a home to a diverse collection of wild mammals in its national parks and sanctuaries. There are currently mammal species in Thailand, of which 3 are critically endangered, 11 are endangered, 24 are vulnerable, and 2 are near-threatened and 1 is extinct (Schomburgk’s deer is extinct, and the Javan and Sumatran rhinoceros are believed to be locally extinct in Thailand.).
Get Textbooks on Google Play. Rent and save from the world's largest eBookstore. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. The publication concentrates on the more identifiable mammals that one is likely to see, excluding bats, small rodents and shrews, but including squirrels, treeshrews and civets, meaning that the plates are not overcrowded and the book can easily be used in the field to identify mammals.
Thailand, Richard Webb, 1 week & 22 mammals. Southern Thailand, Jon Hall, 1 week & 30 mammals. Thailand, Steve Anyon-Smith, 1 month & 30 mammals including a Banded Linsang. Nepal and Thailand, Steve Anyon-Smith, 2 weeks & 19 mammals. Nepal and Thailand, Steve Anyon-Smith, 2 weeks & 27 mammals.
Also See. Reptiles Reptiles of Thailand Ahaetulla nasuta Amphiesma stolatum Acrochordus granulatus Batagur baska Bengal monitor Blood python Boiga cyanea Boiga dendrophila Boiga drapiezii Boiga jaspidea Boiga multomaculata Boiga nigriceps Brahminy blind snake Bufo.
The first part of the book covers taxonomy, ecology, behaviour, distribution, zoogeography and conservation, discussed in relation to the geology, climate and habitats of Thailand.
The species descriptions ( species are reported to occur in Thailand) include common names, names in Thai script, synonyms, diagnoses, dental and mammary formulae, distribution, ecology and by: The Field guide covers larger mammals species, including whales, of Thailand.
Includes information on behaviour and habit along with a distribution map for each species. A Guide to the Large Mammals of Thailand,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).
The limestone rat is one of the few mammals found only in Thailand. Mammalian prey ranges in size from smaller rodents, such as gerbils and springhares, to medium-sized langurs, hares, and coypu, to the young of deer and gazelles. Bangkok: Association for the Conservation of Wildlife, first edition.
Quarto, illustrations, photographs, limited to numbered copies and signed by. Mammal of Thailand. 10K likes. Book. รู้จัก “นาก” ผ่านมุมมองของ “เพชร มโนปวิตร” รองหัวหน้ากลุ่มงานอนุรักษ์เอเชียตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ องค์กรระหว่า Followers: 11K.Mammals of Thailand.
This book is an excellent publication but from untilsome 40 years, is a very long time, so I thought it would be a great idea due to the improved research techniques and advances in gathering information, that the time had come to update this excellent work. This work presents the state of knowledge on the endangered and threatened species of Thailand.
Its pragmatic purpose is to improve Thailand’s future by providing access to technical guidance for planning development projects or other land-use by: