IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

D. siamensis is found in Central Myanmar, central Thailand, eastern China (Guangxi, Guangdong and Fujian Provinces, and Taiwan) and Indonesia, where it has been recorded from Surabaya in east Java in the Greater Sundas, from Komodo, Flores Solor, Andonara and Lembata in the Lesser Sundas (Thorpe et al. 2007), and recently from east Sumbawa (McKay and Lilley in review). It has an apparently very marginal occurrence in Cambodia; Thorpe et al. (2007) sampled a specimen from Poi Pet, adjacent to the Thai border, but do not include Cambodia in their distribution map for this species.


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