Thailand Snakes Published Research (Full Papers)

So many times I’ve been looking for technical information about snakes in Thailand and the search engine turns up an abstract for a published journal article that is only available to subscribers of the journal, or someone that wants to pay $30 or more to get a copy of it. I think most snake enthusiasts don’t have the money to spend on buying access to publications which should be free for the world – so here are some free publications, full papers you can download and read without going broke.

1. Russian Journal of Herpetology, 18 (3): 185-194. 2011.

Trimeresurus (Popeia) phuketensis, a new pitviper (Squamata: Viperidae) from Phuket Island, southwestern Thailand.

SUMONTHA, M., KUNYA, K., PAUWELS, O.S.G., NITIKUL, A. & PUNNADEE, S.

2. Hamadryad Vol. 34, No. 1, pp. 9 – 21, 2009.

Copyright 2009 Centre for Herpetology, Madras Crocodile Bank Trust.
Reptile diversity of Phetchaburi province, Western Thailand: an update (PDF)

Olivier S. G. Pauwels, Tanya Chan-ard, Pratyaporn Wanchai, Boonrod Kheowyoo, and Aaron M. Bauer

3. Russian Journal of Herpetology, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 102 – 106. 2005.

ON THE STATUS OF Boiga ocellata KROON, 1973, WITH THE DESIGNATION OF A NEOTYPE FOR Boiga siamensis
NOOTPAND, 1971 (SERPENTES, COLUBRIDAE)

Olivier S. G. Pauwels, Patrick David, Lawan Chanhome,
Gernot Vogel, Tanya Chan-ard, and Nikolai L. Orlov

4. Hamadryad Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 259 – , 2001. Copyright 2001 Centre for Herpetology, Madras Crocodile Bank Trust

FIRST RECORD OF XENOCHROPHIS PUNCTULATUS

(GÜNTHER, 1858) (SERPENTES: COLUBRIDAE: NATRICINAE) FROM THAILAND Olivier S.G. Pauwels , Patrick David , Wirot Nutphand and Chucheep Chimsunchart

1 Department of Recent Vertebrates, Institut Royal des Sciences naturelles de Belgique, 29 rue Vautier, 1000 Brussels, Belgium; e-mail: [email protected]

2 Laboratoire des Reptiles et Amphibiens, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, 25 rue Cuvier, 75005 Paris, France; e-mail: [email protected] 3 Thai Zoological Center, Pata Zoo, 630/253 Phra Pinklao Road, Bangkok 10700, Thailand 4 65 M. 1 T. Tumlu, Amphoe Ban Lat, Phetchaburi 76150, Thailand; e-mail: [email protected] (

5. Tropical Zoology, 22: 131-182. 2009.

A revision of Lycodon ruhstrati (Fischer 1886) auctorum (Squamata Colubridae), with the description of a new species from Thailand and a new subspecies from the Asian mainland. (PDF)

VOGEL, G., DAVID, P., PAUWELS, O.S.G., SUMONTHA, M., NORVAL, G., HENDRIX, R., VU, N.T. & ZIEGLER, T.

6. Herpetological Review , 35 (4): 410. 2004.

Geographic distribution. Elaphe prasina (Green Bush Rat Snake).

VOGEL, G. & PAUWELS, O.S.G.

7. A review of morphological variation in Trimeresurus popeiorum
(Serpentes: Viperidae: Crotalinae), with the description of two new species.

GERNOT VOGEL, PATRICK DAVID & OLIVIER S. G. PAUWELS

8. Volume 37 Number 2, June 2001

Catalogue of the Herpetological Collection of the Queen Saovabha Memorial Institute, Thai Red Cross Society, Bangkok. Part I. Snakes (except Elapida and Viperidae).

Lawan Chanhome, Olivier S.G. Pauwels, Piboon Jintakune, and Patrick David

9. NAT. HIST. BULL., SIAM SOC. 54(1): 89-108, 2006.

Reptiles of Kaeng Krachan National Park, Western Thailand

Olivier S.G. Pauwels and Tanya Chan-ard

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I am always keen to add research about Thailand snakes as it is found. If you have a recommendation, please send me the link. If you know anyone that is looking for a reptile internship – someone very eager to learn more about the herpetofauna of Southern Thailand, send them to this page.

2 thoughts on “Thailand Snakes Published Research (Full Papers)”

  1. Hello! Wer are two herpetologists from germany and we´re going to spend 3 weeks on Koh Jum island in november. Can you tell us something about the herpetofauna over there ? With kind regards
    Mazze and anne

    1. Don’t know anything. I’ve had only a couple reports… python (retic), and tree snake. Do let me know what you find after you’re done over there!

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