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Biogeography of Australasian flightless weevils (Curculionidae, Celeuthetini) suggests permeability of Lydekker's and Wallace's Lines
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The evolutionary history of flightless weevils of the tribe Celeuthetini is explored in this geologically highly complex region with multiple transgressions of Lydekker's and Wallace's Lines mostly during the Miocene with a significant role of founder‐event speciation.
Whip spiders of the genus Sarax Simon 1892 (Amblypygi: Charinidae)from Borneo Island
Five species of the whip spider genus Sarax are recognized from Borneo, with the following four species newly described: Sarax yayukae sp. nov. from Sabah (Malaysia), West and Central Kalimantan
Whip spiders of the genus Sarax in the Papuan region, with description of two new species (Amblypygi: Charinidae)
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Sarax monodenticulatus is distinguished from the other two Papuan species by possessing a single denticle on the pedipalpal tarsus, and the taxonomic status and the natural history of the species are discussed.
A FIRST EPIGEAN SPECIES OF STYGOPHRYNUS KRAEPELIN (AMBLYPYGI: CHARONTIDAE) FROM JAVA AND ADJACENT ISLANDS, INDONESIA WITH NOTES ON S. DAMMERMANI ROEWER, 1928
Stygophrynus sunda, new species, is described from Ujung Kulon National Park, Banten and adjacent island in the Sunda Strait based on male and female specimens. The only previously known species from
The Impact of Lampenflora on Cave-dwelling Arthropods in Gunungsewu Karst, Java, Indonesia
The development of wild caves into show caves is required an installation of electric lights along the cave passages for illumination and decoration purposes for tourist attraction. The presence of
Ninety-eight new species of Trigonopterus weevils from Sundaland and the Lesser Sunda Islands
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The genus Trigonopterus Fauvel, 1862 is highly diverse in Melanesia and the fauna from Sundaland and the Lesser Sunda Islands is here revised to redescribe and describe an additional 98 new species.
Biogeographic patterns and diversification dynamics of the genus Cardiodactylus Saussure (Orthoptera, Grylloidea, Eneopterinae) in Southeast Asia.
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The authors' reconstructions indicate that Southeast Asia was independently colonized twice during the Early Miocene and once during the Middle Miocene, with New Guinea acting as a corridor allowing westward dispersal through four different passageways: Sulawesi, the Philippines, Java and the Lesser Sunda Islands.
Short Communication: Cave-dwelling Arthropod community of Semedi Show Cave in Gunungsewu Karst Area, Pacitan, East Java, Indonesia
Kurniawan ID, Rahmadi C, Caraka RE, Ardi TE. 2018. Short Communication: Cave-dwelling Arthropod community of Semedi Show Cave in Gunungsewu Karst Area, Pacitan, East Java, Indonesia. Biodiversitas
Biodiversity, endemism and the conservation of limestone Karsts in the Sangkulirang Peninsula, Borneo
Abstract The Sangkulirang Peninsula in Indonesia's East Kalimantan province on the island of Borneo has been highlighted as a global priority for karst ecosystem conservation. A team of 19 scientists
The status of the whip spider subgenus Neocharon (Amblypygi: Charontidae) and the distribution of the genera Charon and Stygophrynus
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The Solomon Island endemic species of Charontidae, Stygophrynus (Neocharon) forsteri Dunn 1949, is transferred to the genus Charon, thus forming the new combination Charon forsteru (Dunn 1949), a new combination of Charon and Neocharon.
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