My personal life-list

Having spent a significant amount of time in some of the best national parks of Thailand, I’m fortunate to have seen a long list of species.
Reptiles & mammals are my primary goals when visiting the Thai jungles, but I do enjoy the more colorful bird species as well to fill up the time between the mammal and herpetofauna sightings 😉 .

Dhole in Khao Yai

Dhole, Cuon alpinus feeding on Sambar Deer carcass in Khao Yai national park, Thailand.

Without a doubt, the highlight of it all is the Mainland Clouded Leopard; the most beautiful cat in the world, I dare to say.
Also one of the most elusive species around. Still, I have been extremely fortunate to see this species more than once. The very first encounter being the most unforgettable.
A female with two large cubs crossed the road while we were on a night drive in Khao Yai national park. The two cubs slowly followed their mother into the jungle, but showed little fear and looked us straight in the eyes.
As usual with these exceptional sightings I didn’t have my DSLR camera with me. Actually, I had a pocket camera on me, but as the name says, it was in my pocket. Being stunned by the appearance of these magnificent creatures, it took me 5 minutes after the sighting before I realized that I had this little camera with me…
Apart from one fleeting sighting of one running across the road in Khao Yai in the late afternoon, I only had one other ‘reasonable’ chance to photograph this species. In April 2015. But my torch was running out of battery power and couldn’t offer enough light for my camera to lock focus on the cat in the distance. Again I returned home without photographic evidence.
One day I will get a shot!

An adult male Mainland Clouded Leopard, Neofelis nebulosa that I photographed in Kaeng Krachan national park, Thailand

An adult male Mainland Clouded Leopard, Neofelis nebulosa that I photographed in Kaeng Krachan national park, Thailand

Edit: Finally, in July 2023 (yes, that was a loooong gap) I was fortunate to see one again. And this time it all worked out. Barely. But it worked out. On a night walk in Kaeng Krachan national park, a knee injury I had gained due to a running exercise a week or so earlier, now really started to play up very badly. Even though the pain was present when I started walking, it didn’t seem serious enough. But then 2kms into the walk I had to tell my friend to turn around. Something I should have done way earlier, because the walk back was hellish. With tiny steps I inched back in the direction of the campground. Due to the pain I was barely looking around for herps and other creatures. Then on the last uphill section before the camp my friend froze, aimed his camera on the roadside bushes and as I look over, at just about 6 meters distance was an adult male Mainland Clouded Leopard posing and looking at us. Due to my injury I had packed up my photo gear in my backpack. I didn’t want to start unpacking anything before I knew my friend got his chance to photograph it. And it wasn’t until the Clouded Loepard u-turned back into the forest that I reached for my gear. Honestly, at that point I assumed I had missed my 4th chance at photographing a clouded leopard in Thailand. A strange mix of excitement, joy, and furstration came over me. For my friend it was the first time to see this species, and as easy as that, he no doubt had some fantastic shots. Nature is not fair.

But I forgot out by physical and mental pain, got my gear ready, and hoped for the impossible. We stood still on the road. for s hort while, and suddenly, just 10m back down the road we saw eye shine. It came back!
What a relief it was when I pressed the shutter and finally had photographic proof of this species.
It hung around for a bit, then u-turned again to disappear again. It obviously wanted to get to the other side of the track, so we waited. And surenough within a minute or 2 we saw it again 20m or so down te road. And that’s when it ran across the road and disappeared never to be seen again.

What an amazing encounter!

Enough about this, time for the list.

 

WILDLIFE OF THAILAND – PERSONAL LIFE LIST

MAMMALS OF THAILAND – MAMMALIA

    PHOLIDOTA

    Pangolins – Manidae

  1. Sunda Pangolin, Manis javanica
  2.  

    INSECTIVORA

    Gymnures – Erinaceidae

  3. Moonrat, Echinosorex gymnura
  4. Short-tailed Gymnure, Hylomys suillus
  5.  

    Moles – Talpidae

  6. Kloss’s Mole, Euroscaptor klossi
  7.  

    Shrews – Soricidae

  8. Himalayan Water Shrew, Chimarrogale himalayica
  9.  

    SCANDENTIA

    Feather-tailed Treeshrews – Ptilocercidae

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    Treeshrews – Tupaiidae

  10. Northern Treeshrew, Tupaia belangeri
  11. Common Treeshrew, Tupaia glis
  12.  

    DERMOPTERA

    Colugos – Cynocephalidae

  13. Sunda Flying Lemur, Galeopterus variegatus
  14.  

    CHIROPTERA – BATS

    Fruit Bats – Pteropodidae

  15. Malayan Spotted-winged Fruit Bat, Balionycteris seimundi
  16. Sunda Short-nosed Fruit Bat, Cynopterus cf. brachyotis
  17. Ratanaworabhan’s Fruit Bat, Megaerops niphanae
  18. Island Flying Fox, Pteropus hypomelanus
  19. Large Flying Fox, Pteropus vampyrus
  20. Lyle’s Flying Fox, Pteropus lylei
  21.  

    Mouse-tailed Bats – Rhinopomatidae

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    Sheath-tailed & Tomb Bats – Emballonuridae

  22. Lesser Sheath-tailed Bat, Emballonura monticola
  23. Black-bearded Tomb Bat, Taphozous melanopogon
  24.  

    Hog-nosed Bats – Craseonycteridae

  25. Kitti’s Hog-nosed Bat, Craseonycteris thonglongyai
  26.  

    Hollow-faced Bats – Nycteridae

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    False-vampires – Megadermatidae

  27. Lesser False Vampire Bat, Megaderma spasma
  28.  

    Horseshoe Bats – Rhinolophidae

  29. Croslet Horseshoe Bat, Rhinolophus coelophyllus
  30. Great Woolly Horseshoe Bat, Rhinolophus luctus
  31. Shamel’s Horseshoe Bat, Rhinolophus shameli
  32. Thai Horseshoe Bat, Rhinolophus thailandensis
  33.  

    Roundleaf Bats – Hipposideridae

  34. Great Roundleaf Bat, Hipposideros armiger
  35. Andersen’s Roundleaf Bat, Hipposideros gentilis
  36. Intermediate Roundleaf Bat, Hipposideros larvatus
  37.  

    Common Bats – Vespertilionidae

  38. Painted Bat, Kerivoula picta
  39.  

    Free-tailed Bats – Molossidae

  40. Asian Wrinkle-lipped Bat, Chaerephon plicatus
  41.  

    PRIMATES – PROSIMIANS, MONKEYS & APES

    Slow Loris – Lorisidae

  42. Bengal Slow Loris, Nycticebus bengalensis
  43. Sunda Slow Loris, Nycticebus coucang
  44.  

    Monkeys – Cercopithecidae

  45. Stump-tailed Macaque, Macaca arctoides
  46. Assamese Macaque, Macaca assamensis
  47. Crab-eating Macaque (Long-tailed Macaque), Macaca fascicularis
  48. Northern Pig-tail Macaque, Macaca leonina
  49. Southern Pig-tail Macaque, Macaca nemestrina
  50. Banded Langur, Presbytis femoralis
  51. White-thighed Langur, Presbytis siamensis
  52. Indochinese Grey Langur, Trachypithecus crepusculus
  53. Dusky Langur, Trachypithecus obscurus
  54.  

    Gibbons – Hylobatidae

  55. Agile Gibbon, Hylobates agilis
  56. White-handed Gibbon, Hylobates lar
  57. Pileated Gibbon, Hylobates pileatus
  58. Note: Have seen Pileated x White-handed Gibbon hybrids (Khao Yai)

     

    CARNIVORA – DOGS, BEARS, WEASELS, MARTENS, OTTERS, CIVETS, MONGOOSES & CATS

    Dogs – Canidae

  59. Golden Jackal, Canis aureus
  60. Dhole (Asian Wild Dog), Cuon alpinus
  61.  

    Bears – Ursidae

  62. Malayan Sun Bear, Helarctos malayanus
  63. Asian Black Bear, Ursus thibetanus
  64.  

    Mustelids – Mustelidae

  65. Hog Badger, Arctonyx collaris
  66. Smooth-coated Otter, Lutrogale perspicillata
  67. Yellow-throated Marten, Martes flavigula
  68.  

    Civets – Viverridae

  69. Binturong, Arctictis binturong
  70. Small-toothed Palm Civet, Arctogalidia trivirgata
  71. Banded Civet, Hemigalus derbyanus
  72. Masked Palm Civet, Paguma larvata
  73. Asian Palm Civet, Paradoxurus hermaphroditus
  74. Large Indian Civet, Viverra zibetha
  75. Small Indian Civet, Viverricula indica
  76.  

    Linsangs – Prionodontidae

  77. Banded Linsang, Prionodon linsang
  78.  

    Mongooses – Herpestidae

  79. Small Asian Mongoose, Herpestes javanicus
  80. Crab-eating Mongoose, Herpestes urva
  81.  

    Cats – Felidae

  82. Clouded Leopard, Neofelis nebulosa
  83. Indochinese Leopard (both spotted and black phase), Panthera pardus delacouri
  84. Marbled Cat, Pardofelis marmorata
  85. Leopard Cat, Prionailurus bengalensis
  86. Fishing Cat, Prionailurus viverrinus
  87.  

    PROBOSCIDEA

    Elephants – Elephantidae

  88. Asian Elephant, Elephas maximus
  89.  

    PERISSODACTYLA – ODD-TOED UNGULATES

    Tapirs – Tapiridae

  90. Asian Tapir, Tapirus indicus
  91.  

    Rhinoceroses – Rhinocerotidae

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    ARTIODACTYLA – EVEN-TOED UNGULATES

    Pigs – Suidae

  92. Wild Boar, Sus scrofa
  93.  

    Mousedeer – Tragulidae

  94. Lesser Mousedeer, Tragulus kanchil
  95. Greater Mousedeer, Tragulus napu
  96.  

    Deer – Cervidae

  97. Hog Deer, Axis porcinus (Re-introduced)
  98. Fea’s Muntjac (Tenasserim Muntjac), Muntiacus feae
  99. Indian Muntjac, Muntiacus muntjak
  100. Eld’s Deer, Rucervus eldii (Re-introduced)
  101. Sambar Deer, Rusa unicolor
  102.  

    Cattle & Goats – Bovidae

  103. Gaur, Bos frontalis
  104. Banteng, Bos javanicus
  105. Indochinese Serow, Capricornis milneedwardsi
  106. Southern Serow, Capricornis sumatraensis
  107. Chinese Goral, Naemorhedus griseus
  108.  

    RODENTIA – SQUIRRELS, RATS & PORCUPINES

    Squirrels – Sciuridae

  109. Grey-bellied Squirrel, Callosciurus caniceps
  110. Pallas’s Squirrel, Callosciurus erythraeus
  111. Finlayson’s Squirrel, Callosciurus finlaysonii
  112. Sunda Black-banded Squirrel, Callosciurus nigrovittatus
  113. Plantain Squirrel, Callosciurus notatus
  114. Asian Red-cheeked Squirrel, Dremomys rufigenis
  115. Phayre’s Flying Squirrel, Hylopetes phayrei
  116. Red-cheeked Flying Squirrel, Hylopetes spadiceus
  117. Three-striped Ground Squirrel, Lariscus insignis
  118. Indochinese Ground Squirrel, Menetes berdmorei
  119. Lesser Giant Flying Squirrel, Petaurista elegans
  120. Red Giant Flying Squirrel, Petaurista petaurista
  121. Indian Giant Flying Squirrel, Petaurista phillippensis
  122. Temminck’s Flying Squirrel, Petinomys setosus
  123. Cream-coloured Giant Squirrel, Ratufa affinis
  124. Black Giant Squirrel, Ratufa bicolor
  125. Low’s Squirrel, Sundasciurus lowii
  126. Slender Squirrel, Sundasciurus tenuis
  127. Western Striped Squirrel, Tamiops mcclellandii
  128. Cambodian Striped Squirrel, Tamiops rodolphii
  129.  

    Rats & Mice – Muridae

  130. Bowers’s Rat, Berylmys bowersi
  131. Indomalayan Pencil-tailed Tree-mouse, Chiropodomys gliroides
  132. Long-tailed Giant Rat, Leopoldamys sabanus
  133.  

    Voles – Cricetidae

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    Bamboo Rats – Spalacidae

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    Porcupines – Hystricidae

  134. Asian Porcupine, Hystrix Brachyura
  135. Asian Brush-tailed Porcupine, Atherurus macrourus
  136.  

    LAGOMORPHA – HARES & RABBITS

    Hares – Leporidae

  137. Siamese Hare, Lepus peguensis
  138.  

    CETACEA – WHALES, DOLPHINS & PORPOISES

    Whales – Baleanopteridae

  139. Bryde’s whale, Balaenoptera brydei
  140.  

    SIRENIA – SEA COWS

    Dugongs – Dugongidae

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

 

 

REPTILES OF THAILAND

CROCODYLIA

    Crocodylidae – Crocodiles

  1. Siamese Crocodile, Crocodylus siamensis
  2.  

    Gavialidae – Gharials

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

CHELONII – TURTLES & TORTOISES

    Geoemydidae – Asian Hardshelled Turtles

  1. Malayan Box Turtle, Cuora amboinensis
  2. Enigmatic Leaf Turtle, Cyclemys enigmatica
  3. Oldham’s Leaf Turtle, Cyclemys oldhamii
  4. Yellow-headed Temple Turtle, Heosemys annandalii
  5. Giant Asian Pond Turtle, Heosemys grandis
  6. Spiny Turtle, Heosemys spinosa
  7. Malayan Flat-shelled Turtle, Notochelys platynota
  8. Malayan Snail-eating Turtle, Malayemys macrocephala
  9. Black Marsh Turtle, Siebenrockiella crassicollis
  10.  

    Cheloniidae – Sea Turtles

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    Dermochelyidae – Leatherback Sea Turtles

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    Platysternidae – Asian Big-headed Turtles

    No species seen or no species identified to species level

     

    Testudinidae – Land Tortoises

  11. Elongated Tortoise, Indotestudo elongata
  12. Asian Forest Tortoise, Manouria emys phayrei
  13.  

    Trionychidae – Softshell Turtles

  14. Malayan Softshell Turtle, Dogania subplana
  15. Southeast Asian Softshell turtle, Amyda cartilaginea
  16.  

LACERTILIA – LIZARDS

    Agamidae – Agamid Lizards

  1. Armored Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura armata
  2. Orange-crested Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura aurantiacrista
  3. Bintang Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura bintangensis
  4. Cardamom Mountains Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura cardamomensis
  5. Boulenger’s Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura crucigera
  6. Southern Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura meridiona
  7. Scale-bellied Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura lepidogaster
  8. Phuket Spiny Lizard, Acanthosaura phuketensis
  9.  

    To be continued!

     

    Varanidae – Monitor Lizards

  10. Duméril’s Monitor Lizard, Varanus dumerilii
  11. Clouded Monitor Lizard, Varanus nebulosus
  12. Roughneck Monitor Lizard, Varanus rudicollis
  13. Water Monitor Lizard, Varanus salvator
  14.  

SERPENTES – SNAKES

    Acrochordidae – Wart Snakes

  1. Marine File Snake, Acrochordus granulatus
  2. Elephant Trunk Snake, Acrochordus javanicus
  3.  

    Typhlopidae – Blind Snakes

  4. Diard’s Blind Snake, Argyrophis diardii
  5. Brahminy Blind Snake, Indotyphlops braminus
  6.  

    Colubridae – Colubrids

  7. Speckle-headed Vine Snake, Ahaetulla fasciolata
  8. Large-eyed Vine Snake, Ahaetulla mycterizans
  9. Indochinese Long-nosed Vine Snake, Ahaetulla fusca
  10. Oriental Vine Snake, Ahaetulla prasina
  11. Ornate Flying Snake, Chrysopelea ornata
  12. Paradise Flying Snake, Chrysopelea paradisi
  13. Striped Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis caudolineatus
  14. Blue Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis cyanochloris
  15. Beautiful Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis formosus
  16. Haas’s Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis haasi
  17. Kopstein’s Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis kopsteini
  18. Nganson Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis ngansonensis
  19. Sawtooth-necked Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis nigroserratus
  20. Painted Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis pictus
  21. Unidentified Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis sp.
  22. Striated Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis striatus
  23. Mountain Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis subocularis
  24. Vogel’s Bronzeback, Dendrelaphis vogeli
  25. Red Whip Snake, Dryophiops rubescens
  26. Variable Reed Snake, Calamaria lumbricoidea
  27. Brown Reed Snake, Calamaria pavimentata
  28. Pink-headed Reed Snake, Calamaria schlegeli
  29. Chan-ard’s Reed Snake, Macrocalamus chanardi
  30. Dwarf Reed Snake, Pseudorabdion longiceps
  31. Bengkulu Cat Snake, Boiga bengkuluensis
  32. Green Cat Snake, Boiga cyanea
  33. Dog-toothed Cat Snake, Boiga cynodon
  34. Jasper’s Cat Snake, Boiga jaspidea
  35. Mangrove Cat Snake, Boiga melanota
  36. White-spotted Cat Snake, Boiga drapiezii
  37. Many-spotted Cat Snake, Boiga multomaculata
  38. Black-headed Cat Snake, Boiga nigriceps
  39. Thai Cat Snake, Boiga siamensis
  40. Yellow-striped Rat Snake, Coelognathus flavolineatus
  41. Radiated Rat Snake, Coelognathus radiatus
  42. Cave Racer, Elaphe taeniura (subspecies: ridley and helfenbergeri)
  43. Indochinese Ground Snake, Gongylosoma scriptum
  44. Red-tailed Racer, Gonyosoma oxycephalum
  45. Blue-eyed Green Trinket Snake, Gonyosoma coeruleum
  46. Slender Wolf Snake, Lycodon albofuscus
  47. Butler’s Wolf Snake, Lycodon butleri
  48. Common Wolf Snake, Lycodon capucinus
  49. Malayan Cave Wolf Snake, Lycodon cavernicolus
  50. Blanford’s Bridle Snake, Lycodon davisonii
  51. Brown Wolf Snake, Lycodon effraenis
  52. Banded Wolf Snake, Lycodon fasciatus
  53. Gibson’s Wolf Snake, Lycodon gibsonae
  54. Laotian Wolf Snake, Lycodon laoensis
  55. Snake-eater Wolf Snake, Lycodon ophiophagus
  56. Northern Large-toothed Snake, Lycodon septentrionalis
  57. Malayan Bridle Snake, Lycodon subannulatus
  58. White-banded Wolf Snake, Lycodon subcinctus
  59. Barron’s Kukri Snake, Oligodon barroni
  60. Grey Kukri Snake, Oligodon cinereus
  61. Cantor’s Kukri Snake, Oligodon cyclurus
  62. Small-banded Kukri Snake, Oligodon fasciolatus
  63. Hua Hin Kukri Snake, Oligodon huahin
  64. Mouhot’s Kukri Snake, Oligodon mouhoti
  65. Surat Thani Kukri Snake, Oligodon promsombuti
  66. Purple Kukri Snake, Oligodon purpurascens
  67. Saiyok Kukri Snake, Oligodon saiyok
  68. Barred Kukri Snake, Oligodon signatus
  69. Striped Kukri Snake, Oligodon taeniatus
  70. Red Bamboo Racer, Oreocryptophis porphyraceus
  71. Keeled Rat Snake, Ptyas carinata
  72. White-bellied Rat Snake, Ptyas fusca
  73. Indian Rat Snake, Ptyas mucosa
  74. Indochinese Rat Snake, Ptyas korros
  75. Buff-striped Keelback, Amphiesma stolatum
  76. Yellow-spotted Keelback, Fowlea flavipunctatus
  77. Checkered Keelback, Fowlea piscator
  78. White-spotted Keelback, Fowlea punctulatus
  79. Boulenger’s Keelback, Hebius boulengeri
  80. Groundwater’s Keelback, Hebius groundwateri
  81. Fire-back Keelback, Hebius igneus
  82. Karenland Keelback, Hebius terrakarenorum
  83. Khasi Hills Keelback, Hebius khasiensis
  84. Red Mountain Keelback, Hebius sanguineum
  85. Speckle-bellied Keelback, Rhabdophis chrysargos
  86. Black-banded Keelback, Rhabdophis nigrocinctus
  87. Siamese Red-necked Keelback, Rhabdophis siamensis
  88. Triangled Keelback, Xenochrophis trianguligerus
  89. Assamese Mountain Snake, Plagiopholis nuchalis
  90. Large-eyed False Cobra, Pseudoxenodon macrops
  91. Collared Black-headed Snake, Sibynophis collaris
  92. Triangled Black-headed Snake, Sibynophis triangularis
  93.  

    Cylindrophiidae – Pipe Snakes

  94. Jodi’s Pipe Snake , Cylindrophis jodiae
  95.  

    Elapidae – Elapids

  96. Malayan Krait, Bungarus candidus
  97. Banded Krait, Bungarus fasciatus
  98. Red-headed Krait, Bungarus flaviceps
  99. Red River Krait, Bungarus slowinskii
  100. Wanghaoting’s Krait, Bungarus wanghaotingi
  101. Yellow-lipped Sea Krait, Laticauda colubrina
  102. Brown Banded Cobra, Naja fuxi
  103. Monocled Cobra, Naja kaouthia
  104. Indochinese Spitting Cobra, Naja siamensis
  105. Equatorial Spitting Cobra (golden morph), Naja sumatrana
  106. King Cobra, Ophiophagus hannah
  107. Malayan Blue Coral Snake, Calliophis bivirgatus
  108. Malayan Banded Coral Snake, Calliophis intestinalis
  109. Small-spotted Coral Snake, Calliophis maculiceps
  110. MacClelland’s Coral Snake, Sinomicrurus macclellandi
  111.  

    Homalopsidae – Indo-Australian Water Snakes

  112. Cantor’s Mud Snake, Cantoria violacea
  113. South Asian Bockadam, Cerberus rynchops
  114. Schneider’s Bockadam, Cerberus schneiderii
  115. Chanard’s Mud Snake, Enhydris chanardi
  116. Rainbow Mud Snake, Enhydris enhydris
  117. Tentacled Snake, Erpeton tentaculatum
  118. Crab-eating Mud Snake, Fordonia leucobalia
  119. Gerard’s Mud Snake, Gerarda prevostiana
  120. Jack’s Water Snake, Homalopsis mereljcoxi
  121. Martaban Water Snake, Homalopsis semizonata
  122. Murphy’s Water Snake, Hypsiscopus murphyi
  123. Grey Water Snake, Hypsiscopus plumbea
  124. Bocourt’s Water Snake, Subsessor bocourti
  125.  

    Pareidae – Slug Snakes

  126. Blunt-headed Slug Snake, Aplopeltura boa
  127. Smooth Slug Snake, Asthenodipsas laevis
  128. Mirkwood Forest Slug Snake, Asthenodipsas lasgalenensis
  129. Malayan Slug Snake, Asthenodipsas malaccanus
  130. Keeled Slug-eating Snake, Pareas carinatus
  131. Twin Slug-eating Snake, Pareas geminatus
  132. White-spotted Slug-eating Snake, Pareas margaritophorus
  133. Spotted Slug-eating Snake, Pareas macularius
  134.  

    Psammophiidae – Sand Snakes

  135. Indochinese Sand Snake, Psammophis indochinensis
  136.  

    Pseudaspididae

  137. Mock Viper, Psammodynastes pulverulentus
  138.  

    Pythonidae – Pythons

  139. Reticulated Python, Malayopython reticulatus
  140. Burmese Python, Python bivittatus
  141. Brongersma’s Blood Python, Python brongersmai
  142.  

    Viperidae – Vipers & Pit Vipers

  143. Malayan Pit Viper, Calloselasma rhodostoma
  144. Himalayan Mountain Pit Viper, Ovophis monticola
  145. Omkoi Lance-headed Pit Viper, Protobothrops kelomohy
  146. White-lipped Pit Viper, Trimeresurus albolabris
  147. Gumprecht’s Pit Viper, Trimeresurus gumprechti
  148. Guo’s Pit Viper, Trimeresurus guoi
  149. Hagen’s Pit Viper, Trimeresurus hageni
  150. Kanburi Pit Viper, Trimeresurus kanburiensis
  151. Kui Buri Pit Viper, Trimeresurus kuiburi
  152. Large-eyed Pit Viper, Trimeresurus macrops
  153. Phuket Pit Viper, Trimeresurus phuketensis
  154. Pope’s Pit Viper, Trimeresurus popeiorum
  155. Mangrove Pit Viper, Trimeresurus purpureomaculatus
  156. Siamese Peninsula Pit Viper, Trimeresurus sabahi fucatus
  157. Sumatran Pit Viper, Trimeresurus sumatranus
  158. Beautiful Pit Viper, Trimeresurus venustus
  159. Vogel’s Pit Viper, Trimeresurus vogeli
  160. Wirot’s Pit Viper, Trimeresurus wiroti
  161. Wagler’s Pit Viper, Tropidolaemus wagleri
  162. Siamese Russell’s Viper, Daboia siamensis
  163.  

    Xenodermatidae – Strange-skinned Snakes

  164. Laotian Bearded Snake, Parafimbrios laos
  165.  

    Xenopeltidae – Sunbeam Snakes

  166. Sunbeam Snake, Xenopeltis unicolor
  167.  

 

 

 

Birds of Thailand

Hornbills

  1. Austen’s Brown Hornbill, Anorrhinus austeni
  2. Tickell’s Brown Hornbill, Anorrhinus tickelli
  3. Oriental Pied Hornbill, Anthracoceros albirostris
  4. White-crowned Hornbill, Berenicornis comatus
  5. Great Hornbill, Buceros bicornis
  6. Rhinoceros Hornbill, Buceros rhinoceros
  7. Wrinkled Hornbill, Rhabdotorrhinus corrugatus
  8. Helmeted Hornbill, Rhinoplax vigil
  9. Wreathed Hornbill, Rhyticeros undulatus
  10. To be continued!

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