IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

Anotogaster gregoryi is known from Nepal (Vick 1989), China with records from Yunnan (e.g. Fraser 1924) and Guangdong (Wilson 2010) and possibly Sichuan (Asahina 1988), Chiang Mai in Thailand (e.g. Hmlinen and Pinratana 1999), possibly Tibet (Asahina 1988), Viet Nam and Laos (Yokoi 2003). Based on the known records it is to be expected in Bhutan, Arunchal Pradesh in India and possibly other north-eastern states in India (see below), and Myanmar. Asahina (1988), in a very unclear piece of text, recorded specimens labelled as from "Thibet", but he appears to consider that these actually come from Sichuan. Asahina (1986) also remarks on a specimen of this species in the Natural History Museum, London, labelled only as "Khasia Nat. Coll."; possibly this specimen originated in northeast India. Only the records from Guangdong and Laos are recent.


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