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Tag Archives: Malaysian Whistling-thrush
Archived 2010-2011 topics: Malaysian Whistling-thrush (Myophonus robinsoni): uplist to Near Threatened?
Malaysian Whistling-thrush Myophonus robinsoni is currently listed as Least Concern. New information suggests it is suspected to be declining and the range and population size estimates meet the thresholds for Endangered under the B criterion and Vulnerable under the C criterion, however the species does not qualify for these categories because its population is not considered to be severely fragmented and there is insufficient information available to ascertain its sub-population structure. Is therefore proposed that the species be uplisted to Near Threatened. Continue reading