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References for Asia Red List

China:

WANG Sung, XIE Yan. China Species Red List. Higher Education Press, 2004.

China Biodiversity Red List - Higher Plants Volume, Ministry of Environmental Protection of the People's Republic of China & Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2013.

China Biodiversity Red List - Vertebrata Volume, Ministry of Environmental Protection of the People's Republic of China & Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2015.

Jenn-Che Wang, Wen-Liang Chiou, Ho-Ming Chang. (eds) (2012) A Preliminary Red List of Taiwanese Vascular Plants, Endemic Species Research Institute, Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan. ISBN: 978-986-03-3769-3.


Cyprus:

T. Tsintides, C. S. Christodoulou, P. Delipetrou, K. Georghiou. Red Data Book of the Flora of Cyprus.2007. 466pp.


Democratic People's Republic of Korea:

Red Data Book of DRP Korea (plant).Son Kyong-Nam.MAB National Committee of DRR Korea, Botanical Institute, Biological Branch, Academy of Sciences. 2005.


Israel:

Dolev, A. and Perevolotsky, A. 2004. The Red Book: Vertebrates in Israel, INPA and SPNI Jerusalem, 318pp.


Japan:

Japan Red Data Book Categories (Environment Agency 1997)


Malaysia:

L.S.L. Chua, M. Suhaida, M. Hamidah, L.G. Saw (2010) Malaysia plant red list Peninsular Malaysian Dipterocarpaceae, Research Pamphlet No. 129, Forest Research Institute Malaysia.

DWNP, 2010, Red list Of Mammals For Peninsular Malaysia. Department of Wildlife and National Parks Peninsular Malaysia.


Mongolia:

Nyambayar, D., Oyuntsetseg, B., and Tungalag, R. (compilers), Jamsran, Ts., Sanchir, Ch., Bachman S., Soninkhishig, N., Gombobaatar, S., Baillie, J.E.M., and Tsendeekhuu Ts. (editors) (2011). Regional Red List Series Vol. 9. Plants (Part1). Zoological Society of London, National University of Mongolia. (In English and Mongolian).

Gombobaatar, S. and Monks, E.M. (compilers), Seidler, R., Sumiya, D., Tseveenmyadag, N., Bayarkhuu, S., Baillie, J. E. M., Boldbaatar, Sh., Uuganbayar, Ch. (editors) (2011). Regional Red List Series Vol.7. Birds. Zoological Society of London, National University of Mongolia and Mongolian Ornithological Society. (In English and Mongolian).

Clark, E. L., Munkhbat, J., Dulamtseren, S., Baillie, J. E. M., Batsaikhan, N., Samiya, R. and Stubbe, M. (compilers and editors) (2006). Mongolian Red List of Mammals. Regional Red List Series Vol. 1. Zoological Society of London, London. (In English and Mongolian).

Terbish, Kh., Munkhbayar, Kh., Clark, E.L., Munkhbat, J., Monks, E.M., Munkhbaatar, M., Baillie, J.E.M., Borkin, L., Batsaikhan, N., Samiya, R. and Semenov, D.V. (compilers and editors) (2006). Mongolian Red List of Reptiles and Amphibians. Regional Red List Series Vol. 5. Zoological Society of London, London. (In English and Mongolian).


Nepal:

Molur, S., Marimuthu, G., Srinivasulu, C., Mistry, S., Hutson, A.M., Bates, P.J.J., Walker, S., Padma Priya, K., Binu Priya, A.R. (Editors). 2002. Status of South Asian Chiroptera: Conservation Assessment and Management Plan (C.A.M.P.) Workshop Report, 2002. Zoo Outreach Organisation, CBSG South Asia and WILD, Coimbatore, India.

Molur, S., C. Srinivasulu, B. Srinivasulu, S. Walker, P.O. Nameer and L. Ravikumar (Eds.) (2005). Status of South Asian Non-volant Small Mammals: Conservation Assessment and Management Plan (C.A.M.P.) Workshop Report. Zoo Outreach Organisation, CBSG-South Asia, Coimbatore, 618pp.


Pakistan:

Molur, S., Marimuthu, G., Srinivasulu, C., Mistry, S., Hutson, A.M., Bates, P.J.J., Walker, S., Padma Priya, K., Binu Priya, A.R. (Editors). 2002. Status of South Asian Chiroptera: Conservation Assessment and Management Plan (C.A.M.P.) Workshop Report, 2002. Zoo Outreach Organisation, CBSG South Asia and WILD, Coimbatore, India.

Molur, S., C. Srinivasulu, B. Srinivasulu, S. Walker, P.O. Nameer and L. Ravikumar (Eds.) (2005). Status of South Asian Non-volant Small Mammals: Conservation Assessment and Management Plan (C.A.M.P.) Workshop Report. Zoo Outreach Organisation, CBSG-South Asia, Coimbatore, 618pp.


Philippines:

DAO 2007-01 Establishing the National List of Threatened Philippine Plants and their Categories, and the List of Other Wildlife Species.

The List of Terrestrial Threatened Species and their Categories, and the list of other wildlife species pursuant to Republic Act NO. 9147, otherwise known as the Wildlife Resources Conservation and Protection Act of 2001.

Threatened plants of the Philippines: a preliminary assessment. EDWINO S. FERNANDO et al., 2008.


Singapore:

Geoffrey Davison, Peter Ng and Ho Hua Chew (eds.) The Singapore Red Data Book. Threatened Plants & Animals of Singapore. 2008. 2nd Edition.


Sri Lanka:

IUCN Sri Lanka and the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (2007) The 2007 Red List of Threatened Fauna and Flora of Sri Lanka, Colombo, Sri Lanka.


Republic of Korea:

Korean Red List of Threatened Species: Mammal, Birds, Amphibians, Fishes and Vascular plants. National Institute of Biological Resources. 2012.

Korean Red List of Threatened Species. Second Edition. National Institute of Biological Resources. 2014.


Thailand:

Nabhitabhata J. and T. Chan ard. 2005.Thailand Red Data : Mammals, Reptiles and Amphibians.Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning, Bangkok, Thailand. 234 p.

Sanguansombat W., 2005. Thailand Red Data : Birds.Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning, Bangkok, Thailand. 158 p.

Vidthayanon C., 2005.Thailand Red Data : Fishes. Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning,Bangkok, Thailand. 108 p.