Montri Sumontha

Montri Sumontha
Ranong Marine Fisheries Research and Development Station · Department of Fisheries

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Publications (159)
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Donbundit N, Bausriyod P, Tanomtong A, Srisamoot N, Sumontha M, Thongnetr W, Patawang I, Supiwong W, Ditcharoen S, Muanglen N, Kaewmad P. 2022. Karyomorphological delineation, and the NOR loci on the sex chromosome in three species of Chrysopeleinid (Chrysopeleinae: Colubridae) from Thailand. Biodiversitas 23: 3813-3819. The description of chromoso...
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We describe Gehyra wongchan sp. nov. from Tham Khao Chan (Khao Chan Cave), Tha Luang District, and Wat Khao Wong, Kok Samrong District, in Lopburi Province, central Thailand. The new species differs from all currently recognized Gehyra by the following combination of morphological characters and dorsal color pattern: maximal known snout–vent length...
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This study focuses on comprehensive characterization of the venom proteome of the beaked sea snake (Hydrophis schistosus) from Songkhla Lake, Thailand. H. schistosus can be considered as the deadliest sea snake commonly found in the Pacific and Indian oceans. Their envenomation causes muscular paralysis and rhabdomyolysis. To develop effective trea...
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A new short-horned lizard species of the genus Acanthosaura from southern Thailand, is described herein. The species was previously recognised as Acanthosaura crucigera and has been reported to present a wide distribution across mainland southeast Asia. The combination of modern morphological studies of Acanthosaura meridiona sp. nov. allows its se...
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We describe a colorful and distinctively patterned, karst-dwelling pitviper, Trimeresurus kuiburi sp. nov., from the isolated, coastal massif of Khao Sam Roi Yot in Kui Buri District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, in northern Peninsular Thailand. The new species, member of the ‘Cryptelytrops group’ sensu Malhotra & Thorpe (2004) and morphologically...
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We describe Dixonius mekongensis sp. nov. from sandstone formations in Khong Chiam District, Ubon Ratchathani Province, in extreme eastern Thailand along the Laotian border. The new species differs from all currently recognized Dixonius by the following combination of morphological characters and pattern: maximal known snout-vent length of 51.2 mm;...
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We describe Gekko pradapdao sp. nov. from Tham Khao Chan (Khao Chan Cave), Tha Luang District, Lopburi Province, in central Thailand. The new species, a member of the subgenus Gekko, differs from all currently recognized Gekko species by the following combination of morphological characters and pattern: maximal known snout-vent length of 127.1 mm,...
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We describe two new Kukri snakes of the genus Oligodon from the Nakhon Si Thammarat Mountain Range, southern peninsular Thailand. Oligodon phangan sp. nov., endemic to Pha-Ngan Island, Surat Thani Province, is characterized by a maximal known SVL of 369.1 mm; 12 maxillary teeth, the posterior three enlarged; 17-17-15 dorsal scale rows; 163-166 vent...
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We describe Dixonius dulayaphitakorum sp. nov. from Ranong city, Ranong Province, southern peninsular Thailand. The new, ground-dwelling species differs from all currently recognized Dixonius by a combination of morphological characters and pattern: maximal known SVL of 47.8 mm, 22 longitudinal rows of dorsal tubercles; 33 to 35 paravertebral scale...
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We describe Dixonius pawangkhananti sp. nov. from coastal limestone hills in Cha-am District, Phetchaburi Province, peninsular Thailand. The new species differs from all currently recognized Dixonius by the following combination of morphological characters and pattern: maximal known snout-vent length of 42.6 mm; 16 longitudinal rows of dorsal tuber...
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In Thailand, five species of Acanthosaura have been recorded so far, including Acanthosaura armata from the southern region, A. cardamomensis from the eastern region, A. crucigera from the western region, A. lepidogaster from the northern region and A. phuketensis from the Phuket Island and south-western region. However, comprehensive studies of di...
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Protobothrops kelomohy sp. nov. is described from dry evergreen forest in Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand, based on morphology and a molecular phylogeny. It differs from congeners by the following combination of characters: 1) relatively large body size (total length up to 1,310 mm); 2) dorsal scale rows 23-23-17, all keeled; 3) ventral scal...
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Conservation Status/Red List Data for Jarujinia bipedal
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Conservation Status/ Red List Data for Mantheyus phuwuanensis
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Conservation Status/Red List Data for Physignathus cocincinus
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus dumnuii
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The legless skink Isopachys anguinoides (Squamata: Scincidae), endemic to peninsular Thailand, has been assessed as Least Concern because of its wide ecological tolerance and its presence in a national park. It lives in dense rainforest as well as in plantations and on beaches. Citation: Sumontha, M., Cota, M., Ineich, I. & Pauwels, O.S.G. 2018. Is...
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Khorat Supple Skink Lygosoma koratense (Squamata: Scincidae), endemic to Thailand (Nakhon Ratchasima and Saraburi provinces) has been assessed as Least Concern because it is not under any major threat and is unlikely to be experiencing significant population declines due to its adaptability. Citation: Sumontha, M., Cota, M., Danaisawat, P. & Pauwel...
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Sphenomorphus grandisonae
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Isopachys roulei
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status of Cyrtodactylus erythrops
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status of Cyrtodactylus lekaguli
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Lygosoma angeli
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus papilionoides
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Pseudocalotes floweri
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Leptoceps osellai
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Lygosoma herberti
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status of Isopachys borealis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status of Cyrtodactylus kunyai
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Sphenomorphus helenae
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis punctatonuchalis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis chanthaburiensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis omari
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis lineogularis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus peguensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis phuketensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus surin
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Dibamus alfredi
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Dixonius hangseesom
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus samroiyot
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Gehyra angusticaudatus
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis vandeventeri
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Tropidophorus thai
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus angularis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus doisuthep
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Dixonius melanostictus
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Gekko nutaphandi
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus astrum
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus interdigitalis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis niyomwanae
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus brevipalmatus
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status of Cyrtodactylus thirakupti
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus wangkulangkulae
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Gekko lauhachindai
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Lygosoma frontoparietale
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus sumonthai
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Acanthosaura phuketensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status of Cnemaspis thachanaensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Ptychozoon trinotaterra
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Tropidophorus hangnam
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus auribalteatus
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Gekko siamensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus phuketensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus phetchaburiensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Lygosoma haroldyoungi
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Ptychozoon kaengkrachanense
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus ranongensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus ranongensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus sanook
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus inthanon
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus trigoides
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Bronchocela burmana
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cnemaspis kumpoli
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Cyrtodactylus khelangensis
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status of Brachymeles miriamae
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Red List Data/ Conservation Status for Ptychozoon lionotum
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PCR-RFLP based technique for identification of sea snakes in Thai waters was achieved by developing species-specific markers. To distinguish between sea snake species, the PCR products of cytochrome b (Cyt b), 12S and 16S rRNA were sequenced and cut with different restriction endonuclease, Alu I and Hinf I. Each enzyme generated different - sized f...
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Snakes swallow their prey whole and their prey size is thus limited by their maximal gape, with exceptions being three scolecophidian snakes known to be able to decapitate termites, and two mangrove-dwelling snakes (Squamata: Homalopsidae: Gerarda prevostiana and Fordonia leucobalia) that are able to remove and ingest pieces from crabs. Here we pre...
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We report on a discovery of Siamophryne troglodytesGen. et sp. nov., a new troglophilous genus and species of microhylid frog from a limestone cave in the tropical forests of western Thailand. To assess its phylogenetic relationships we studied the 12S rRNA–16S rRNA mtDNA fragment with final alignment comprising up to 2,591 bp for 56 microhylid spe...
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The final alignment of the obtained sequences of the 16S rRNA–12S rRNA fragment of Siamophryne troglodytes Gen. et sp. nov. specimens, as well as Microhylidae and non-Microhylidae outgroup taxa, subjected to the phylogenetic analyses. Alignment in fasta (.fas) file format.
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We describe Oligodon saiyok sp. nov. from Benjarat Nakhon Cave Temple, Sai Yok District, Kanchanaburi Province, western Thailand. It is characterized by a maximal known SVL of 626.1 mm; 13 maxillary teeth, the posterior two enlarged; 8 supralabials; 17-17-15 dorsal scale rows; 181–187 ventrals and 38–43 subcaudals; a single anal; hemipenes extendin...
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We describe Oligodon huahin sp. nov. from a bamboo forest locality on the road to Pala-U waterfall, Hua Hin District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, peninsular Thailand. It is characterized by a maximal known SVL of 553.7 mm; 6 maxillary teeth, the posterior two enlarged; 17-17-15 or 17-15-15 dorsal scale rows; 166–173 ventrals and 35–41 subcaudals...
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We describe Dixonius kaweesaki sp. nov. from Khao Daeng, a limestone mountain in Khao Sam Roi Yot massif, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, peninsular Thailand. It is diagnosed from all other species by a combination of maximal SVL of 41.6 mm; 12 or 13 longitudinal rows of dorsal tubercles; 24 longitudinal rows of ventrals across the abdomen; a continu...