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Kunya K.,Nakhonratchasima Zoo | Panmongkol A.,Doi Suthep Pui National Park | Pauwels O.S.G.,Institute Royal Des Science Naturelles Of Belgique | Sumontha M.,Ranong Marine Fisheries Station | And 3 more authors.
Zootaxa | Year: 2014

We describe a new forest-dwelling Cyrtodactylus from Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand. Cyrtodactylus doisuthep sp. nov. is characterized by a maximal known SVL of 90.5 mm; 19 or 20 longitudinal rows of dorsal tubercles; a continuous series of 34 or 35 enlarged femoro-precloacal scales, including six or seven pitted scales on each femur (male and females) separated by a diastema from six pitted (females) or pore-bearing (male) precloacal scales; no precloacal groove or depression; transversely enlarged subcaudal scales; and six or seven irregular thin beige dorsal bands between limb insertions. Source


Sumontha M.,Ranong Marine Fisheries Station | Pauwels O.S.G.,Institute Royal Des Science Naturelles Of Belgique | Kunya K.,Nakhonratchasima Zoo | Nitikul A.,Khao Phra Thaeo Non hunting Area | And 2 more authors.
Zootaxa | Year: 2012

We describe a new sylvicolous Cyrtodactylus Gray from Phuket Island, southwestern peninsular Thailand, having a banded pattern, precloacal groove, continuous series of enlarged pore-bearing femoro-precloacal scales, and strongly developed tuberculation-characters that distinguish it from all congeneric taxa except C. macrotuberculatus Grismer & Ahmad, 2008 from Peninsular Malaysia, from which it can be separated mainly by having three instead of four dark bands between the limb insertions and a precloacal groove in females. Copyright © 2012 Magnolia Press. Source


Grismer L.L.,La Sierra University | Sumontha M.,Ranong Marine Fisheries Station | Cota M.,Thailand Natural History Museum | Grismer J.L.,Villanova University | And 3 more authors.
Zootaxa | Year: 2010

A taxonomic revision of Cnemaspis siamensis (Smith 1925) revealed it to be a complex composed of four species: C. siamensis (Smith 1925) which occurs on Ko Tao Island, Surat Thani Province and on the peninsula ranges from Khao Mod, Surat Thani Province in the south, northward east of the Tenasserim Mountains to Kaeng Krachan National Park, Phetchaburi Province; C. chanardi sp. nov. ranging from Tai Rom Yen National Park, Surat Thani Province in the north, southward through the western foothills of the Nakhon Si Thammarat and Sankalakhiri Mountains to Phuphaphet Cave, Satun Province and westward to Khlong Thom District, Krabi Province; C. vandeventeri sp. nov. ranging from Kapur District, Ranong Province southward to at least Khlong Had Sompen, District, Ranong Province west of the Tenasserim and Phuket Mountains and possibly all the way to Phuket Island; and C. kamolnorranathi sp. nov. restricted to the northwestern section of the Itshmus of Kra, ranging from Tham Khao Sonk, Thachana District, Surat Thani Province southward to Tai Rom Yen National Park, Surat Thani Province. These species are easily separated from one another on the basis of their unique combination of having or lacking precloacal pores, dark gular markings, a series of lightly colored bars on the flanks, and a lightly colored, prescapular crescent as well as other aspects of squamation. Four additional new species from western and southern Thailand are also described: C. huaseesom sp. nov. from Sai Yok National Park, Kanchanaburi Province; C. punctatonuchalis sp. nov. from Thap Sakae District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province; C. narathiwatensis sp. nov. ranging from Waeng District, Narathiwat Province south to Bang Lang, Yala Province; and C. niyomwanae sp. nov. from Thum Khao Ting, Palean District, Trang Province, Thailand. These species are differentiated from each other and all other Cnemaspis on the basis of their unique combinations of color pattern and squamation characters. This brings the total number of species of Cnemaspis in Thailand from five to 12 and continues to illustrate that the unrealized diversity in this group is a function of unfocused collecting efforts coupled with poor taxonomy. Copyright © 2010. Source


Bauer A.M.,Villanova University | Kunya K.,Nakhonratchasima Zoo | Sumontha M.,Ranong Marine Fisheries Station | Niyomwan P.,National Park | And 3 more authors.
Zootaxa | Year: 2010

A new cave-dwelling species of Cyrtodactylus is described from Chiang Mai Province in northern Thailand. Cyrtodactylus dumnuii sp. nov. may be distinguished from all other congeners by the possession of a series of enlarged femoral scales, disjunct precloacal and femoral pores in males (minute precloacal pores variably present in females), a relatively high number (18-22) of closely spaced, regularly arranged dorsal tubercle rows, well-defined non-denticulate ventrolateral folds, transversely enlarged subcaudal plates, and a color pattern of approximately six pairs of alternating light and dark transverse bands on the trunk. It is the nineteenth member of the genus recorded from Thailand and the eighth Thai Cyrtodactylus known to be a facultative troglophile. Copyright © 2010. Magnolia Press. Source


Sumontha M.,Ranong Marine Fisheries Station | Pauwels O.S.G.,Institute Royal Des Science Naturelles Of Belgique | Kunya K.,Nakhonratchasima Zoo | Limlikhitaksorn C.,Kaeng Krachan National Park | And 4 more authors.
Zootaxa | Year: 2012

A new species of Parachute Gecko, Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense sp. nov., is described from montane evergreen forest in Kaeng Krachan National Park, western Thailand. It differs from all known Ptychozoon species by having three dark dorsal chevrons between limbs insertions, homogeneous dorsal scalation without enlarged scales, original tail without long terminal flap, supranasals widely in contact, a continuous series of 14-19 enlarged precloacofemoral scales, bearing 13-17 pores in males, the absence of a predigital notch in the preantebrachial cutaneous expansion and the presence of cutaneous expansions on sides of head. It is the eighth species described in the genus and the only species of Ptychozoon endemic to Thailand. Copyright © 2012 · Magnolia Press. Source

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