IUCN threat status:

Near Threatened (NT)


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Range Description

The species as a whole is found in Indonesia (east-central Sumatra), Singapore and the Malay Peninsula. In the latter it is restricted to the far south and to the northwest, extending north throughout peninsular Thailand and southern Myanmar (the two parts of the range are separated by that of P. siamensis). In Sumatra it is found between the Rokan and Siak Rivers (Groves 2001).

Presbytis femoralis femoralis
This subspecies is found in southern Peninsular Malaysia (Johore) and (marginally) the island of Singapore (Groves 2001).

Presbytis femoralis robinsoni
This subspecies is found in the northwestern Peninsular Malaysia, southern Myanmar and peninsular Thailand. It is found from the Larut Hills, Perak north as far as 13N in Phet Buri province, Thailand (Groves 2001).

Presbytis femoralis percura
This subspecies is found in Indonesia (east-central Sumatra) in a small area between the Rokan and Siak Rivers (Groves 2001).


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