Species of Thailand
Binomial name: Capricornis maritimus, Pierre Marie Heude, 1888
The Indochinese serow (Capricornis milneedwardsii maritimus) is a vulnerable goat-anteope, a subspecies of the Chinese Serow, native to Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.
In Cambodia the Indochinese serow, known as សត្វកែះ /sat kɛh/ , is restricted to the forests of the karstic mountain areas in Mondulkiri Province. The main threat in Cambodia comes from logging, hunting as well as landmines and other ordnance left by the conflict.
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Capricornis milneedwardsii maritimus was elevated to full species as Capricornis maritimus recently.
- Capricornis maritimus
- Chinese serow
- Southwest china serow
- Capricornis sumatraensis, Armand David (1869)
- Chaloem Rattanakosin National Park
- Doi Inthanon National Park
- Doi Khun Tan National Park
- Doi Suthep-Pui National Park
- Erawan National Park
- Kaeng Krachan National Park
- Khao Chamao - Khao Wong National Park
- Khao Lak - Lam Ru National Park
- Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park
- Khao Sok National Park
- Khao Yai National Park
- Lan Sak District, Uthai Thani
- Mae Wong National Park
- Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima
- Pang Sida National Park
- Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park
- Phu Khiao Wildlife Sanctuary
- Sai Yok National Park
Range map of Capricornis maritimus in Thailand
Important note; our range maps are based on limited data we have collected. The data is not necessarily accurate or complete.
Special thanks to Ton Smits, Parinya Pawangkhanant, Ian Dugdale and many others for their contribution for range data.
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