Clas­si­fi­ca­tion of Prior Species for 2023

Clas­si­fi­ca­tion of Prior Species for CCP-​2023

Cat­e­gory 1

Species, whose wild pop­u­la­tion under imme­di­ate threat of extinc­tion or with­out updated data from field for long time or dif­fi­cult to obtain in EU.

This cat­e­gory we split into 3 grops

Group1

Species we do not have now in EU

P. gunawani

P. har­veyi (orig­i­nal from type locality)

P. rub­ri­mon­tis (orig­i­nal from Perak)

Actions are being pre­pared for this group

Group2

Species cov­ered by phys­i­cal facility/​organization

P. Palu­di­cola (wild pop­u­la­tion less easy to obtain in EU

P. fil­a­men­to­sus (cur­rent pop­u­la­tion sup­posed from orig­i­nal areas, which now no longer updated)

P. quin­decim (wild pop­u­la­tion CR and hard to obtain)

P. deiss­neri (endan­gered habitat)

Actions taken by per­sonal con­tacts with each organisation

Group3

Species we still have in CCP BUT need inten­sive active efforts to main­tain the pop­u­la­tion, oth­er­wise soon dis­ap­pear and hard to obtain new pop­u­la­tion due to extinc­tion in wild or prac­ti­cal difficulties.

P. alfredi: wild pop­u­la­tion cur­rently extinct, CCP pop­u­la­tion very limited

P. bar­barae: wild pop­u­la­tion cur­rently extinct, CCP pop­u­la­tion very limited

P. bin­tan Orig­i­nal pop­u­la­tion from Type­Lo­cal­ity Bin­tan Island : wild pop­u­la­tion cur­rently CR, CCP pop­u­la­tion sta­ble but breed­ers not enough SOLVED, Pos­si­ble to go to institution

P. kishii: wild pop­u­la­tion cur­rently CR, CCP pop­u­la­tion sta­ble but fur­ther wild pop­u­la­tion hard to obtain, need imme­di­ate ampli­fi­ca­tion of ex-​situ pop­u­la­tion in EU

P. pahuen­sis: CCP pop­u­la­tion very lim­ited, wild pop­u­la­tion hard to obtain, need imme­di­ate ampli­fi­ca­tion of ex-​situ pop­u­la­tion in EU

P. tweed­iei: wild pop­u­la­tion cur­rently CR, CCP pop­u­la­tion very limited

Actions for this group is very impor­tant, and we will try to take per­sonal con­tact in all cases

We shall fol­low up the progress of this part reg­u­larly. And we ask for all pos­si­ble helps from the PP.

Cat­e­gory 2

Species, whose wild pop­u­la­tion declin­ing but not under imme­di­ate threat of extinc­tion, wild pop­u­la­tion still obtain­able from wild.

Listed as below based on the sit­u­a­tion of wild habi­tats, from endan­gered to less engendered

Par­sophromenus:

jueli­nae;

deiss­neri;

ornat­i­cauda;

bin­tan (Bangka Population)

anjun­gan­sis;

suma­tranus;

allani;

nagyi;

opal­lios;

linkei;

phoeni­cu­rus;

parvu­lus

vari­a­tions need our attentions:

sp. Batupahat/​sp. Rompin/​sp. Kahang from south­ern Peninsula

sp. Beli­tung

cf. linke (Palangkaraya population)

cf. harveyi/​cf. rub­ri­mon­tis from North Selangor

cf. fil­a­men­to­sus

sp. Ampah

cf. bin­tan from Sumatra

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