Species of Thailand
Binomial name: Lonchura leucogastra, Edward Blyth, 1846
The White-bellied Munia (Lonchura leucogastra) is a species of estrildid finch found in most of the Southeast asia countries. For example, Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Burma, Philippines and Thailand. It is found in subtropical/ tropical lowland moist forest habitat. The status of the species is evaluated as Least Concern.
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- Lonchura leucogastra
Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
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- Khao Banthat Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Luang National Park
- Khao Nam Khang National Park
- Khao Phra - Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary
- Khao Sok National Park
- Kui Buri National Park
- Mueang Krabi District, Krabi
- Mueang Phang Nga District, Phang Nga
- San Kala Khiri National Park
- Sri Phang-nga National Park
- Takua Pa District, Phang Nga
- Tarutao National Marine Park
- Thale Ban National Park
- Wang Mai Forest Restoration Project
Range map of Lonchura leucogastra in Thailand
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