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Marine subsidies alter the diet and abundance of insular and coastal lizard populations
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The impact of marine materials on the diet and abundance of arthropodivorous lizards inhabiting islands and the coast of the Gulf of California is evaluated to provide insight into the importance and effect of marine-derived nutrients from multiple sources on vertebrate consumers inhabiting Islands and coastal areas. Expand
First Record of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis Infecting Four Frog Families from Peninsular Malaysia
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The presence of Bd infections in native species without clinical signs of disease suggests that Bd may be endemic to the region, and management efforts should be implemented to limit the spread of non-native Bd and protect the tremendous amphibian diversity in Peninsular Malaysia. Expand
Checklist of the amphibians and reptiles of the Cardamom region of southwestern Cambodia
An up-to-date checklist of the herpetofauna of the Cardamom region of southwestern Cambodia is provided which includes new records for one species of caecilian, one species of frog, two species ofExpand
A colorful new species of insular rock gecko ( Cnemaspis Strauch 1887) from southern Vietnam
A new species of endemic, insular Cnemaspis is described from Hon Khoai Island, Ca Mau Province, Ngoc Hien District, 18 km off the southern tip of the Ca Mu Peninsula in southern Vietnam. CnemaspisExpand
A new species of pitviper of the genus Popeia (Squamata: Viperidae) from Pulau Tioman, Pahang, West Malaysia
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A new species of pitviper Popeia buniana from Pulau Tioman, Pahang State, West Malaysia is described based on it having unique aspects of scalation, body proportions, and color pattern, suggesting it may be an active forager rather than an ambush feeder. Expand
Multiple origins of parthenogenesis, and a revised species phylogeny for the Southeast Asian butterfly lizards, Leiolepis
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This work provides the first taxon-complete hypothesis of relationships for the butterfly lizards and addresses contentious species boundaries and suggests there have been low levels of mitochondrial introgression between L. reevesii and L.Guttata. Expand
Species delimitation with gene flow: A methodological comparison and population genomics approach to elucidate cryptic species boundaries in Malaysian Torrent Frogs
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Using a population genomics approach and the concept of species as separately evolving metapopulation lineages as the only necessary property of a species, this study was able to objectively elucidate cryptic species boundaries in the presence of past and present gene flow. Expand
CHECKLIST OF THE HERPETOFAUNA OF THE SERIBUAT ARCHIPELAGO, WEST MALAYSIA WITH COMMENTS ON BIOGEOGRAPHY, NATURAL HISTORY, AND ADAPTIVE TYPES
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The Seribuat Archipelago is an environmentally complex group of 62 islands which lie off the southeast coast of Peninsular Malaysia in the South China Sea, and its herpetofauna contains 23 species of frogs, one species of non-marine turtle, 43 species of lizards, 44 species ofNon-marine snakes, and represents a diverse array of adaptive types. Expand
A new species of karst dwelling gecko (genus Cnemaspis Strauch 1887) from the border region of Thailand and Peninsular Malaysia
A new species of karst dwelling gecko, Cnemaspis biocellata sp. nov. is described from the border region in the Satun Province of southern Thailand and the state of Perlis in northern PeninsularExpand
ON THE DISTRIBUTION AND IDENTIFICATION OF CYRTODACTYLUS BREVIPALMATUS SMITH, 1923, AND CYRTODACTYLUS ELOK DRING, 1979
It is shown here that Cyrtodactylus brevipalmatus is endemic to Thailand, C. elok is endemic to West Malaysia, and reports of the former being present in West Malysia are erroneous. CyrtodactylusExpand
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