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Big-eye Whip Snake
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Crimson Sunbird
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Black Giant Squirrel
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Yellow-bellied Prinia
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Striped Kukri Snake
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.

We host a simple, short-note journal entitled 'Southeast Asia Vertebrate Records', which accepts submissions from Indochina and the Philippines. Two of the most recent SEAVR publications are:

- Notes on reproductive ecology of Kalophrynus sinensis
 
(Peters, 1867) on Mindanao Island, Philippines

- Observations on the breeding behavior of the Philippine
   Sticky Frog Kalophrynus sinensis (Peters, 1867)  Click here.

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