Species of Thailand
Burmese peacock softshell
Binomial name: Nilssonia formosa, John Edward Gray, 1869
The Burmese peacock softshell turtle (Nilssonia formosa) is a species of softshell turtle in the Trionychidae family. It is considered to be the one of five species in the genus Nilssonia
The Burmese peacock softshell is found in Burma and possibly Thailand.
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- Nilssonia formosa
- English: Burmese soft-shelled turtle
- Nilssonia formosa, Peter Praschag et al. (2007)
- Nilssonia formosa, Gerald Kuchling et al. (2004)
- Trionix formosus, Enrique Richard (1999)
- Trionyx formosanus, Jenkins (1995)
- Trionyx fomosus, Jerzy Gosławski & Adam Hryniewicz (1993)
- Nilssonia formosa, Carl Henry Ernst & Thomas Barbour (1989)
- Trionyx formosus, David Alderton (1988)
- Amyda formosa, Robert Mertens, Lorenz Müller & Rust (1934)
- Trionyx grayi, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1931)
- Amyda formosus, R. Mell (1929)
- Trionyx formosa, H. Gadow (1923)
- Isola formosa, Oliver Perry Hay (1904)
- Aspidonectes formosus, Georg Baur (1893)
- Trionyx formosus, George Albert Boulenger (1889)
- Trionyx grayii, William Theobald (1875)
- Isola peguensis, John Edward Gray (1873)
- Nilssonia formosa, John Edward Gray (1872)
- Trionyx peguensis, John Edward Gray (1870)
- Trionyx formosus, John Edward Gray (1869)
Range map of Nilssonia formosa in Thailand
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