IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

This species is endemic to the Kaek (Khek) River (Phitsanulok Province, north-central Thailand; Brandt 1974) and was found in the middle course of the river between the Sakunothayan Falls 33 km east of Phitsanulok and the Thung Salaeng Luang National Park 90 km east of Phitsanulok. It is also recorded from the Kwae Noi River (Chattrakan National Park; F. Khler pers. comm. 2010), a catchment about 50 km north of the other sites on the Kaek River. Brandt (1974) mentioned a discontinuous distribution in the Kaek River, and it has also been found at the Tap Ta Mi Falls, Ban Palo, Poy Falls, Gaeng Song, Sopa Falls and the Tong Salaeng Luang Botanical Garden (P. Sri-aroon pers. comm. 2011).


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