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ECTOPARASITES OF THE COMMON PALM CIVET (PARADOXURUS HERMAPHRODITUS) AT SAKAERAT ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH STATION, THAILAND
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This study provides important data about parasites of wild carnivores in Thailand by studying the diversity and abundance of ectoparasites and blood parasites in seven common palm civets at Sakaerat Environmental Research Station in Northeast Thailand from February to November 2008.
Nest Attendance by a Female Malayan Pit Viper (Calloselasma rhodostoma) in Northeast Thailand
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Temperature sensitive radio telemetry was used to study nesting behavior and body temperature in a free ranging, female Calloselasma rhodostoma, which laid and attended a clutch of three eggs at a location in northeast Thailand, suggesting an occurrence of a small amount of maternal thermogenesis.
Body Size, Growth, and Reproduction in a Population of Western Cottonmouths (Agkistrodon piscivorus leucostoma) in the Ozark Mountains of Northwest Arkansas
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Limited data indicate low reproductive output for this population of Western Cottonmouths in terms of frequency of reproduction and litter size, and Agkistrodon piscivorus at this study site may be limited in energy acquisition rates relative to the conspecifics in other parts of the range.
Movement and home range of green pit vipers (Trimeresurus spp.) in a rural landscape in north-east Thailand
Rural communities and agricultural landscapes serve as important areas for biodiversity, yet study of snakes in these fragmented environments is severely lacking. Hospital records indicate that green
Sexual dimorphism of tropical green pit viper Trimeresurus (Cryptelytrops) macrops in Northeast Thailand
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Sexual dimorphism in adult and sub-adult Trimeresurus macrops, a small, arboreal green pit viper commonly found in Southeast Asia, is severely understudied and may have evolved through intraspecific resource partitioning.
Spatial ecology of a small arboreal ambush predator, Trimeresurus macrops Kramer, 1977, in Northeast Thailand
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Radio-telemetry data is used to determine home-range sizes of 13 adult female T. macrops inhabiting the Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve in Northeast Thailand and finds that T. Macrops ambushes more in higher humidity and expresses very little diurnal activity.
Ectoparasites associated with bats in tropical forest of northeastern Thailand
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The ectoparasites of bats in Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve, northeastern Thailand were studied during June 2013 to May 2014 and the highest Sorenson’s similarity index of ectopArasites was found between Hipposideros larvatus and Rhinolophus affinis (0.67).
Arboreal Mating Behaviors of the Big-Eyed Green Pit Viper (Trimeresurus macrops) in Northeast Thailand (Reptilia: Viperidae)
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Three observations of mating in wild big-eyed pit vipers (Trimeresurus macrops) in northeast Thailand from 2013 to 2015 are reported, with females larger than males in all copulations.
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