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Wagler's Pit Viper
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Sunda Slow Loris
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Wood Sandpiper
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Whiskered Myotis
Singapore
 

 
     
   

Red Giant Flying Squirrel
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Striped Wren-babbler
Peninsular Malaysia
 

 
     
   

Asiatic Soft-shell Turtle
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. No complicated menu systems to download here !

Recently the webmaster has gone rather batty (!): I've been trying to understand the complex world of bat sonograms, and to improve my skills at identification of bat species through this medium. And with a brand new super-sensitive bat detector I hope to acquire more and better in-flight images of our local bats. Watch this space !
 

 

 
 
   
  Culicid ectoparasitism on Philippine Bronzeback (Dendrelaphis philippinensis)
CYRUS JOB P. DELA CRUZ.

     
  First record of King Cobra Ophiophagus hannah on Lubang Island, Philippines
EMERSON Y. SY & ROMAN TORRES.

     
  Malayan Flat-shelled Terrapin Notochelys platynota near Kota Tinggi, Johor, Peninsular Malaysia
NICK BAKER & KELVIN K. P. LIM.

     
  Bornean Banded Langur Presbytis chrysomelas cruciger in Danau Sentarum National Park, West Kalimantan, Indonesia
MOHAMED ARIF RIFQI, TULUS PAMBUDI, MUHAMMAD KHOTIEM & ASRI ALI GESSHAA.

     
 
 
   
  

Last update : 14th July 2019
 

  
  Myanmar: Dawei Road could endanger forests and wildlife
  Vast swaths of lost tropical forest can still be brought back to life
  An Indonesian forest community grapples with the arrival of the outside world
  Into the Heart of Sumatra
  Regreening a barren refugee landscape on Myanmar痴 border
  Bumpy ride for conservation in PNG as lack of roads hinders activities
  Myanmar: Golden deer threatened by record heat and an army land grab
  Indonesia: Film on world痴 rarest ape, the Tapanuli Orangutan, generates buzz
   

(For links to older news articles, search the news links)

 


In addition to the main website, Ecology Asia also hosts a simple online resource entitled 'Southeast Asia Vertebrate Records (SEAVR)' - click here to learn more.  These short articles are informative and easy to read. They will, hopefully, play a role in documenting interesting wildlife finds made by amateur nature enthusiasts, like myself, as well as 'short-note' documents by professional researchers.

Enjoy !

 



 

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