|Scientific Name:||Heosemys spinosa|
|Species Authority:||(Gray, 1830)|
Emys spinosae Gray, 1830
|Red List Category & Criteria:||Endangered A1bcd ver 2.3|
|Assessor(s):||Asian Turtle Trade Working Group|
|Reviewer(s):||Buhlmann, K., Rhodin, A. & van Dijk, P.P. (Tortoise & Freshwater Turtle Red List Authority)|
Detailed monitoring of trade and status is urgently required for this species; known trade volumes have declined by about 50% in Indonesia recently despite high demand in the food trade (C. Shepherd, pers. comm.) and the species is considered Critically Endangered in Indonesia (D. Iskandar, pers. comm.). In Thailand, the species is Vulnerable (OEPP 1997) to Endangered and restricted to small, isolated subpopulations. Subpopulations in Brunei, Myanmar, Singapore, and Philippines are considered to be small and of low density, while only those of Singapore and Brunei may be moderately secure. Information for Malaysia is scarce, but a status of Vulnerable was suggested for Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia (I. Das, pers. comm.). Given the numbers in trade, the lack of confirmed extensive subpopulations occurring inside adequately protected areas, the known low reproductive output, and the wide-ranging status assessments summarized here, the species is listed as Endangered.
|Previously published Red List assessments:|
Native:Brunei Darussalam; Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines; Singapore; Thailand
|Range Map:||Click here to open the map viewer and explore range.|
|Habitat and Ecology:||Semi-aquatic|
|Major Threat(s):||Detailed monitoring of trade and status is urgently required; known trade volumes of the species have declined by about 50% in Indonesia recently despite high demand in the food trade. It is restricted to small and isolated populations over much of its range, although there is a lack of data for some areas.|
|Conservation Actions:||It is listed on CITES Appendix II.|
|Errata reason:||An errata assessment is required to generate a revised PDF without the range map which had been included in error; no range map was available when this assessment was originally published.|
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|Citation:||Asian Turtle Trade Working Group. 2000. Heosemys spinosa. (errata version published in 2016) The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2000: e.T9942A97366991.Downloaded on 29 July 2017.|