Species of Thailand
Kaeng Krachan parachute gecko
Thai: ตุ๊กแกบินแก่งกระจาน, took gaeh bin Kaeng Krachan
Binomial name: Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense, Montri Sumontha, Olivier S. G. Pauwels, Kirati Kunya, Chaiwat Limlikhitaksorn, Sirichai Ruksue, Apirat Taokratok, Michel Ansermet & Lawan Chanhome, 2012
Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense, also known as Kaeng Krachan Parachute Gecko is a species of gecko endemic to Thailand. The kaengkrachanense epithet is a reference to Kaeng Krachan National Park and Kaeng Krachan District in Phetchaburi Province of Thailand.
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- Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense
- English: Kaeng Krachan parachute gecko
- French: Gecko planant de Kaeng Krachan
- Thai: ตุ๊กแกบินแก่งกระจาน, took gaeh bin Kaeng Krachan
- Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense, Montri Sumontha, Olivier S. G. Pauwels, Kirati Kunya, Chaiwat Limlikhitaksorn, Sirichai Ruksue, Apirat Taokratok, Michel Ansermet & Lawan Chanhome (2012)
- Kaeng Krachan National Park
- Thong Pha Phum National Park
Range map of Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense in Thailand
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