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Reptiles of Thailand

Species of Thailand

Red-bearded flying dragon

Thai: กิ้งก่าบินปีกแดง, ging ga bin peek daeng

Binomial name: Draco haematopogon, John Edward Gray, 1831

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Scientific classification

Draco haematopogon

Common names

  • German: Rotbart-Flugdrache
  • English:
    • Red-barbed flying dragon
    • Red-bearded flying lizard
    • Red-bearded gliding lizard
  • Thai: กิ้งก่าบินปีกแดง, ging ga bin peek daeng


  • Draco haematopogon microlepis, Rudolf Malkmus et al. (2002)
  • Draco haematopogon, Jimmy Adair McGuire & Kiew Bong Heang (2001)
  • Draco haematopogon, Ulrich Manthey & Wolfgang Grossmann (1997)
  • Draco haematopogon, Kees Musters (1983)
  • Draco haematopogon, Edward Harrison Taylor (1963)
  • Draco microlepis, Nelly de Rooij (1915)
  • Draco haematopogon, Nelly de Rooij (1915)
  • Draco microlepis, George Albert Boulenger (1893)
  • Draco haematopogon, George Albert Boulenger (1885)
  • Draco (Pleuropterus) haematopogon, Leopold Fitzinger (1843)
  • Draco haematopogon, André Marie Constant Duméril & Gabriel Bibron (1837)
  • Draco haematopogon, John Edward Gray (1831)

Conservation status

Least Concern (IUCN3.1)

Least Concern (IUCN3.1)

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Distribution map of Red-bearded flying dragon, Draco haematopogon in Thailand
  • Ko Pha-ngan District, Surat Thani

Range map of Draco haematopogon 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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