Conservation ActionsThis species is endemic to Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park (Sumontha et al. 2017) More research needed on impacts of exploitation, as the visits to the locality predate recent evidence that the species is exploited (M. Sumontha pers. comm. 2017).
Location InformationThis species is known only from Khao Daeng in Kui Buri District, in Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, in Peninsular Thailand (Sumontha et al. 2017). Sumontha et al. (2017) suggests that it may be distributed on all limestone hills within Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, however, it has so far not been found elsewhere (M. Sumontha pers. comm. 2017). This limestone formation is surrounded by many kilometres of flat land without karst outcrops (M. Cota pers. comm. 2017) and is the only locality for an apparently endemic species of Cnemaspis (Wood et al. 2017), all of which suggest this species is likely to be endemic to this locality.