Species of Thailand
Binomial name: Seicercus omeiensis, Jochen Martens, Siegfried Eck, Martin Päckert, Yue-Hua Sun, 1999
Martens's warbler (Seicercus omeiensis), also known as Omei warbler or Emei Shan warbler, is a species of Old World warbler in the Phylloscopidae (or Sylviidae) family. It is found in China and Myanmar. Its natural habitats are temperate forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
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- Seicercus omeiensis
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
No photo for this species yet
- Chae Son National Park
- Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary
- Doi Inthanon National Park
- Doi Lang
- Doi Pha Hom Pok National Park
- Doi Phu Kha National Park
- Doi Suthep-Pui National Park
- Huai Nam Dang National Park
- Kaeng Krachan National Park
- Khao Soi Dao Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Yai National Park
- Khun Nan National Park
- Mae Ai District, Chiang Mai
- Mae Fa Luang District, Chiang Rai
- Mae Moei National Park
- Mae Wong National Park
- Mueang Chiang Mai District, Chiang Mai
- Mueang Khon Kaen District, Khon Kaen
- Nam Nao National Park
- Pha Daeng National Park
- Phu Hin Rong Kla National Park
- Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary
- Phu Suan Sai National Park
- Taksin Maharat National Park
- Thung Salaeng Luang National Park
- Umphang Wildlife Sanctuary
Range map of Seicercus omeiensis in Thailand
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