Focussing on the vertebrate
 fauna of SE Asia
  

 

Home  
覧覧覧覧覧  
SE Asia fauna ...  
   
Primates
 Carnivorans
 Large Mammals
 Small Mammals
 Bats
覧覧
Birds
覧覧
 Snakes
 Lizards & Crocodilians
 Turtles
覧覧
 Amphibians
 Tadpoles
FFrogs & other calls
覧覧
Fishes
覧覧
Species Lists
 








 
覧覧覧覧覧  
Vertebrate records ...  
   
SE Asia Records (SEAVR)
 Indochina Records
 Philippines Records
 
覧覧覧覧覧  
New Guinea fauna ...  
   
Snakes
 Lizards
 Frogs
 
覧覧覧覧覧  
 

Search this site ...

 
 


   

 
  覧覧覧覧覧  

Recently added ...
 
 
     
 
     
 
覧覧覧覧覧  
     
   
     
    Links :  
  Mongabay  
  HabitatID  
  Orang Utan Appeal (UK)  
  Wallace Online  
    MYCAT  
    Nature Society (Singapore)  
  Traffic  
     
  Email :
 
     
  Text and photos by Nick Baker, unless otherwise credited.
Copyright ゥ Ecology Asia 2019
  .

 

 
  
  
       
       
     
   

Red-legged Crake
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Eurasian Wild Pigs
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Scissortail Sergeant
Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Wagler's Pit Viper
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Whiskered Myotis
Singapore
 

 

Launched in 2001, Ecology Asia has grown steadily to become the go-to English language website for information related to the wildlife of Southeast Asia. It now comprises over 700 pages and is particularly useful to those seeking an introduction to the region's mammals and herpetofauna. The layout is simple, easy to navigate and works well on mobile devices.

Ecology Asia is widely used as a student resource: I receive many well-written emails from school or university students requesting permission to use an image or two.

This month sees the partial demise of Southeast Asia Vertebrate Records (SEAVR), a concept launched in 2016. Sadly, this initiative was not well received by a vocal minority in some countries. Click here for an advisory.

On the positive side, detailed vertebrate records and other documents submitted from the Philippines continue to be hosted. Click here for more. And records from Indochina are welcome, as always.

The most recent SEAVR submission documents three introduced frog species on the island of Leyte, Philippines.


I hope you
enjoy my website,

 



 

Thanks to : Sophia Sak Baker, Andie Ang, Chan Kwok Wai, Marcus Chua, Charles Currin, Vilma D'Rozario, Horst Flotow, Con Foley, Graeme Guy, Dave Haylock, Law Ingg Thong, Law Ing Sind, Benjamin Lee, Leong Tzi Ming, Joseph Lim, Kelvin Lim, Norman Lim, Lioe Kim Swee, Celine Low, Shawn Lum, Terry McNeice, Alan Morrison, Ng Bee Choo, Tony O'Dempsey, Bruce Paterson, Timothy Pwee, Subaraj Rajathurai, Morten Strange, Serin Subaraj, Robert Teo, Noel Thomas,  Yeo Suay Hwee  ... I get by with a little help from my friends.

 

 

Ecology Asia is not, and never will be, available on :