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Identification of Commonly Traded Wildlife in Southeast Asia

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  • 2021
  • Publisher
    TRAFFIC, Southeast Asia Regional Office, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
  • Country
    Malaysia
  • Language
    English
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Citation

Beastall, C.A. & Chng, S.C.L. (2021). Identification of Commonly Traded Wildlife in Southeast Asia. TRAFFIC, Southeast Asia Regional Office, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

Species   128 records

by Kingdom Species
  • Animals 128
  • Total 128
by IUCN Status Species
  • Critically Endangered 23
  • Endangered 21
  • Vulnerable 32
  • Near Threatened 6
  • Least Concern 40
  • Data Deficient 1
  • Total 123
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128 records
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