IUCN threat status:

Data Deficient (DD)


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Range Description

Bornargiolestes nigra is known only from Borneo. Of six known specimens, four are from Sarawak: Mount Dulit in the northeast (Kimmins 1936) and Kubah National Park in the west (Dow 2007). One record is from Brunei (Orr 2001) and the other dates from 1894 from Liang Koeboeng, apparently a location in west Kalimantan (V. Kalkman pers. comm. 2007). There is also a photographic record of a female from Lambir Hills National Park in northeast Sarawak.


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