Species of Thailand
Spotted wood owl
Thai: นกเค้าป่าหลังจุด, nok khao paa lang jud
Binomial name: Strix seloputo, Thomas Horsfield, 1821
The spotted wood owl (Strix seloputo) is an owl of the earless owl genus, Strix. Its range is strangely disjunct; it occurs in many regions surrounding Borneo, but not on that island itself.
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Videos of Spotted wood owl
- Strix seloputo
- Thai: นกเค้าป่าหลังจุด, nok khao paa lang jud
Strix seloputo baweana, Harry Church Oberholser, 1917
Range: Endemic to Bawean Island off North Java
Strix seloputo seloputo, Thomas Horsfield, 1821
Range: South Myanmar and central Thailand to Singapore. Also Jambi (Sumatra) and Java.
Strix seloputo wiepkini, Wilhelm August Heinrich Blasius, 1888
Range: Calamian Islands and Palawan (Philippines)
- Strix orientalis
- Strix pagodorum
- Surnia whiteheadi
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
- Ao Phang-Nga National Park
- Khao Luang National Park
- Khao Phra - Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Sok National Park
- Khura Buri District, Phang Nga
- Mueang Krabi District, Krabi
- Mueang Phang Nga District, Phang Nga
- Pran Buri District, Prachuap Khiri Khan
- Sri Phang-nga National Park
- Takua Pa District, Phang Nga
- Thai Mueang District, Phang Nga
- Thalang District, Phuket
Range map of Strix seloputo 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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