ⓘ Category:Fauna of Java

Javan elephant

The Javan elephant was a subspecies of the Asian elephant native to the island of Java. It is now extinct. It became extinct in the 18th century. The Sultan of Java was reported to have made a gift of Javan elephants to the Sultan of Sulu before they became extinct. It had been thought quite recently that the elephants in Borneo could be descendants of those animals. However, recent DNA analysis suggests that the Borneo elephants have been there for thousands of years.

List of amphibians and reptiles of Mount Halimun Salak National Park

Ingerophrynus biporcatus. Philautus aurifasciatus. Hylarana nicobariensis. Leptobrachium hasseltii - Java and nearby eastern islands. Polypedates leucomystax. Huia masonii (Хуйэ masonii) - endemic. Fejervarya limnocharis. (Limnocharis Fejervarya) Leptophryne cruentata - endemic. Rhacophorus reinwardtii. Nyctixalus margaritifer - endemic. Microhyla achatina (Microhyla ахатин) - Java and southern Sumatra. Hylarana chalconota. Philautus vittiger - endemic. Limnonectes kuhlii. Leptophryne borbonica. Hylarana erythraea. Limnonectes macrodon. Megophrys montana. (Megophrys Montana в) Fejervarya c ...

List of amphibians of Java

The following is a list of amphibians of Java and Bali, Indonesia from Iskandar. There is a total of 41 amphibian species in Java, 9 of which are endemic to Java. In Java, amphibian species usually collected for human consumption include Limnonectes macrodon, Fejervarya cancrivora, Fejervarya limnocharis, Fejervarya Iskandari and.

Servaea murina

The species is described from the female only, which is about 8 mm long. The carapace is longish and mainly black, with a silky pellow pubescence and some long black hairs. The flattish broad oval abdomen is brownish with variable dark marks and a silky yellow pubescence. The first pair of legs is dark brown, the others are yellow with dark rings. All show the same yellow pubescence and long hairs.

Squamura acutistriata

Squamura acutistriata is a moth in the family Cossidae. It is found on Java and possibly Borneo. The habitat consists of secondary forests with coastal vegetation. Front wings pale yellow, mottled with dark gray and black with a large ellipse on the background of gray. Wings dark gray. Larvae have been recorded boring into the branches of the species Theobroma. They are also recorded feeding on species Albizia.

                                     

ⓘ Fauna of Java

  • Java Indonesian: Jawa Javanese: ꦗꦮ Sundanese: ᮏᮝ is an island of Indonesia, bordered by the Indian Ocean on the south and the Java Sea on the north
  • the island of Java Dutch East Indies, now part of Indonesia Estimated to be between 700, 000 and 1, 000, 000 years old, it was, at the time of its discovery
  • list of amphibians of Java and Bali, Indonesia from Iskandar 1998 There is a total of 41 amphibian species in Java 9 of which are endemic to Java In
  • The Java pipistrelle Pipistrellus javanicus is a species of pipistrelle bat found in South and Southeast Asia, including Afghanistan Bangladesh Brunei
  • Central Java Indonesian: Jawa Tengah is a province of Indonesia, located in the middle of the island of Java Its administrative capital is Semarang
  • Koenigswald assigned the early hominid fossils Java Man to the Trinil Fauna after discovering the main fossil of Java Man, a skullcap catalogued as Trinil 2
  • The Java stingaree Urolophus javanicus is a species of stingray in the family Urolophidae, known only from a single female specimen 33 cm 13 in long
  • The Trinil H. K. Fauna or Trinil Haupt Knochenschicht Fauna Trinil main fossil - bearing layer Fauna is a biostratigraphic faunal assemblage. It is
  • pardus melas is a leopard subspecies confined to the Indonesian island of Java It has been listed as Critically Endangered on the IUCN Red List since
  • to live in multiple protected areas of Sumatra and Java In 2014, camera trap videos in the tropical forests of the Kerinci Seblat National Park in Sumatra
  • altogether. Once the most widespread of Asian rhinoceroses, the Javan rhinoceros ranged from the islands of Java and Sumatra, throughout Southeast Asia
  • trinilensis is endemic to the island of Java It was part of the Pleistocene Trinil Fauna of Java Other animals of this Faunal assemblage were Bos palaesondaicus
  • terrestrial fauna of the Cocos Keeling Islands is unsurprisingly depauperate, because of the small land area of the islands, their lack of diverse habitats