It is found in Indonesia and Malaysia. The distribution of this species is believed in Borneo, Bali, the Lesser Sunda Islands, and Sumba. Possibly the same or a very similar species can be found in Kon Kha Kinh and Pu Mat, Vietnam.
The species is primarily dependent on forests, undergone a 30% population decline over the last ten years, in the lesser Sundras.
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