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I'm a user from Thailand. My home town is Nakon Si Thammarat. I lived in Hatyai, Songkhla.

My major interests are Geography, Palaeontology, Zoology and Botany.

Wikipedian since 2005 (as anonymous user).

Prehistoric animal of Thailand[edit]

There are several locality:


The Miocene avifauna of the Li Mae Long[1] locality, Thailand

Family: Anhingidae

Family: Ardeidae

  • a new species of heron

Family: Phoenicopteridae

Family: Anatidae

  • two new species

Family: Phasianidae

  • a new species

Family: Rallidae

  • three new species

Family: Strigidae

  • a new species






shrews, moles and close relatives Family †Plesiosoricidae


eight Rodents from Li Mae Long Mein & Ginsburg, 1997[3]



Li Mae Long - a fossil site in Lamphun ProvinceMein & Ginsburg, 1997[3]


Family Nimravidae[7]

Family Mustelidae

Family Amphicyonidae

Artiodactyla: Ruminantia[edit]

Artiodactyla: Tayassuidae[edit]

Artiodactyla: Anthracotheriidae[edit]

Artiodactyla : Suidae[edit]


eBook - ฟอสซิลไพรเมตชั้นสูงในประเทศไทย[14]

Adapiformes, incertae sedis

  • Muangthanhinius siami Marivaux, Chaimanee, Tafforeau & Jaeger, 2006 - strepsirrhine primate from the late Eocene of Peninsular Thailand (Krabi Basin)

Family Tarsiidae Genus Tarsius

Family Lorisidae

Family Sivaladapidae

Family Amphipithecidae Godinot, 1994

Family Hominidae

Genus Khoratpithecus Chaimanee, Suteethorn, Jintasakul, Vidthayanon, Marandat & Jaeger. 2004[18]


Chondrichthyes (cartilaginous fishes)[edit]


Osteichthyes (bony fishes): Actinopterygii (ray-finned fish)[edit]

'Lake Phetchabun' Locality[21] middle to late Miocene

Osteichthyes (bony fishes): Sarcopterygii (lobe-finned fish)[edit]




Shan–Thai or 'Sibumasu' Terrane

Indochina Terrane

Waiting list

  • Naksri, W., Thirakhupt, K., Lauprasert, K., Suteethorn, V., Jintasakul, P., Tong, H., and Claude, J. 2010. Neogene giant tortoise from Tha Chang sandpit, Nakhon Ratchasima province, Thailand. in Somana, R. et. al (eds.), Programme and Abstracts of the 2nd International Conference on Palaeontology of Southeast Asia (ICPSEA 2010), 1-5 November 2010, Mahasarakham University, Thailand (






Neogene: Miocene[edit]

Mae Long fauna[24][edit]

Pisces: Osteichthyes

    • Cyprindae indet.
    • Siluridae indet.
    • Percidae indet.


    • Testudinata: Emydidae indet.
    • Lacertilia indet.
    • Serpentes: Viperidae indet.



List of articles that I have created[edit]


  1. ^ a b c Cheneval, J., Ginsburg, L., Mourer-Chauvire, C. and Ratanasthien, B. (1991). "The Miocene avifauna of the Li Mae Long locality, Thailand: systematics and paleoecology". Journal of Southeast Asian Earth Sciences. 6 (2): 117–126.
  2. ^ Ducrocq, S., Buffetaut, E., Buffetaut-Tong, H., Jaeger, J.-J., Jongkanjanasoontorn, Y. and Suteethorn, S. (1992). "First Fossil [[Marsupial]] from South Asia". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 12 (3): 395–399. URL–wikilink conflict (help)
  3. ^ a b c d e Mein, P. and Ginsburg, L. 1997. Les mammifères du gisement miocène inférieur de Li Mae Long, Thaïlande : systématique, biostratigraphie et paléoenvironnement. Geodiversitas 19(4):783–844 (in French). Abstract in French and English.
  4. ^ Peigne, S., Chaimanee, Y., Yamee, C., Marandat, B., Srisuk, P. and Jaeger, J.-J. (2009). "An astonishing example of convergent evolution towardcarnivory: Siamosorex debonisi n.gen., n.sp. (Mammalia, Lipotypha, Soricomorpha, Plesiosoricidae) from the latest Oligocene of Thailand" (PDF). Geodiversitas . 31 (4): 973–992.
  5. ^ >Marivaux, L., L. Bocat, Y. Chaimanee, J.-J. Jaeger, B. Marandat, P. Srisuk, P. Tafforeau, C. Yamee, and J.-L. Welcomme (2006). "Cynocephalid dermopterans from the Palaeogene of South Asia (Thailand, Myanmar and Pakistan): systematic, evolutionary and palaeobiogeographic implications". Zoologica Scripta. 35 (4): 395–420. doi:10.1111/j.1463-6409.2006.00235.x.
  6. ^ S. Legendre, T. H. V. Rich, P. V. Rich, G. J. Knox, P. Punyaprasiddhi, D. M. Trümpy , J. Wahlert and P. Napawongse Newman, 1988. Miocene Fossil Vertebrates from the Nong Hen-I(A) Exploration Well of Thai Shell Exploration and Production Company Limited, Phitsanulok Basin, Thailand. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 8: 278-289
  7. ^ Peignéa, S., Chaimanee, Y., Jaeger, J.-J., Suteethorn, S. and Ducrocq, S. 2000. Eocene nimravid carnivorans from Thailand. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 20(1):157-163[0157:ENCFT]2.0.CO;2
  8. ^ Ginsburg, L., Ingavat, R. and Tassy, P. 1983. Siamogale thailandica, nouveau Mustelidae (Carnivora, Mammalia) néogène du Sud-Est asiatique. Bull. Soc. Géol. France. 25:953–956.
  9. ^ Peignéa, S., Chaimanee, Y., Yamee, C., and Jaeger, J.-J. 2006. A new amphicyonid (Mammalia, Carnivora, Amphicyonidae) from the late middle Miocene of northern Thailand and a review of the amphicyonine record in Asia. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences. 26: 519-532.
  10. ^ Métais, G., Chaimanee, Y., Jaeger, J.-J. & Ducrocq, S. 2001. New remains of primitive ruminants from Thailand: evidence of the early evolution of the Ruminantia in Asia. Zoologica Scripta. 30, 231-248.
  11. ^ Hanta, R., Ratanasthien, B., Kunimatsu, Y., Saegusa, H., Nakaya, H., Nagaoka, S. and Jintasakul, S. (2008). "A New Species of Bothriodontinae, Merycopotamus thachangensis (Cetartiodactyla, Anthracotheriidae) from the Late Miocene of Nakhon Ratchasima, Northeastern Thailand". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 28 (4): 1182–1188. doi:10.1671/0272-4634-28.4.1182.
  12. ^ Hanta, R., Kunimatsu, Y., Ratanasthien, B., Jintasakul, P., and Vidthayanon, C. (2010). "Neogene Suidae of Thailand" (PDF). in Somana, R. et. al (eds.), Programme and Abstracts of the 2nd International Conference on Palaeontology of Southeast Asia (ICPSEA 2010), 1-5 November 2010, Mahasarakham University, Thailand.
  13. ^ Ducrocq, S., Y. Chaimanee, V. Suteethorn, and J-J. Jaeger. 1998. The earliest known pig from the upper Eocene of Thailand. Palaeontology 41:147–156.
  14. ^ ชัยมณี, เยาวลักษณ์ (2546). ฟอสซิลไพรเมตชั้นสูงในประเทศไทย (PDF). กรมทรัพยากรธรณี. Check date values in: |year= (help)
  15. ^ Ginsburg, L. and Mein, P. 1987. Tarsius thailandica nov. sp., premier Tarsiidae (Primates, Mammalia) fossile d'Asie. C.R. Acad. Sci. Paris. 304:1213–1215.
  16. ^ Chiamanee, Y., Lebrun, R., Yamee, C., and Jaeger, J.-J. (2010). "A new Middle Miocene tarsier from Thailand and the reconstruction of its orbital morphology using a geometric–morphometric method". Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences: –. doi:10.1098/rspb.2010.2062. 2
  17. ^ Chaimanee, Y., V. Suteethorn, J-J. Jaeger, and S. Ducrocq. 1997. A new Late Eocene anthropoid primate from Thailand. Nature 385:429–431.
  18. ^ Chaimanee, Y., Suteethorn, V., Jintasakul, P., Vidthayanon, C., Marandat, B. and Jaeger, J-J. 2004. A new orang-utan relative from the Late Miocene of Thailand. Nature. 427:439–441.
  19. ^ Cuny, G., Suteethorn, V. et al. 2006. A new hybodont shark assemblage from the Lower Cretaceous of Thailand. Historical Biology: A Journal of Paleobiology. 18: 21-31.
  20. ^ a b Cuny, G., Srisuk, P., Khamha, S., Suteethorn, V. and Tong, H. (2009). [ "A new elasmobranch fauna from the Middle Jurassic of southern Thailand"] Check |url= value (help). Geological Society, London, Special Publications. 315: 97–113. doi:10.1144/​SP315.8 Check |doi= value (help). zero width space character in |doi= at position 9 (help)
  21. ^ Roberts, T.R. and Jumnongthai, J. 1999. Miocene fishes from Lake Phetchabun in North- central Thailand, with descriptions of new taxa of Cyprinidae, Pangasiidae and Chandidae. Nat. Hist. Bull. Siam Soc. 47: 153-189."
  22. ^ Claude, J., Suteethorn, V. and Tong, H. 2007. Turtles from the late Eocene – early Oligocene of the Krabi Basin (Thailand). Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France. 178(4):305-316
  23. ^ Amiot, R. (2010). "Oxygen isotope evidence for semi-aquatic habits among spinosaurid theropods". Geology. 38 (2): 139–142. doi:10.1130/G30402.1. Unknown parameter |coauthors= ignored (|author= suggested) (help)
  24. ^ a b Ducrocq, S., Buffetaut, E., Buffetaut-Tong, H., Jaeger, J.-J., Jongkanjanasoontorn, Y. and Suteethorn, S. (1992). "First Fossil [[Marsupial]] from South Asia". Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 12 (3): 395–399. URL–wikilink conflict (help)