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Vicariance or dispersal? Historical biogeography of three Sunda shelf murine rodents (Maxomys surifer, Leopoldamys sabanus and Maxomys whiteheadi)
The Sunda region of south-east Asia comprises the Malay Peninsula and the islands of Java, Sumatra and Borneo, all of which lie on a shallow continental shelf projecting from Indochina. Pleistocene… Expand
Wildlife trade and implications for law enforcement in Indonesia: a case study from North Sulawesi
Excessive hunting pressure, due in large part to commercialization, has reduced the populations of many tropical large mammal species. Wildlife over-exploitation is severe in Indonesia, especially on… Expand
Nesting ground abandonment by the maleo (Macrocephalon maleo) in North Sulawesi : Identifying conservation priorities for indonesia's endemic megapode
Abstract The maleo ( Macrocephalon maleo ) is an endemic bird of Sulawesi that lays eggs in communal nesting grounds incubated by solar or geothermal sources. In recent years, maleo nesting grounds… Expand
NEW SPECIES AND RECORDS OF FUR MITES (ACARI: ASTIGMATA: ATOPOMELIDAE) FROM SOUTHEAST ASIAN RODENTS (RODENTIA: MURIDAE) HOBblE BHflbl M HOBblE HAXOflKM riAPASMTMHECKMX KJ1ELJ4EM (ACARI: ASTIGMATA:…
Field collections of murid rodents in southwestern Borneo, supplemented by examination of museum specimens from various southeast Asian localities, yielded four new and eleven previously described… Expand
Historical biogeography of small mammals in the Sunda region of Southeast Asia.
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MORPHOLOGICAL VARIATION OF WHITEHEAD’S RAT Maxomys whiteheadi (Thomas, 1894) (RODENTIA: MURIDAE) FROM KALIMANTAN AND SUMATRA
We conducted a study of morphological variation in Whitehead’s rat (Maxomys whiteheadi) based on specimens available at the Museum Zoologicum Bogoriense. A total of 224 adult specimens from the… Expand