The Singapore Red Data Book


After the first edition in June 1994, the second version of the list of endangered plants and animals in Singapore was finally published in Nov 2008.

This version boasts new color images and of course updates since 1994.

Available at Nature’s Niche

Reports and updates from various sources:
From by Ria Tan
Ria Tan’s Wildshores Blog on changes in the redlist.

An introduction to what the red list is used for

The report of the launch itself.

Marine life on the red list.

Keynote speech by Dr Tommy Tan on the launch of the Red Data Book

The Singapore Red Data Book
Threatened Plants & Animals of Singapore
G.W.H. Davison, P.K.L. Ng and H.C. Ho
2008, Paperback, 286 pages
ISBN 9810802004


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