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Population density, spatiotemporal use and diet of the leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) in a human-modified succession forest landscape of Singapore
Leopard cats (Prionailurus bengalensis) are wild felids that have been reported to thrive in human-modified habitats in Asia. It has been suggested that they may be adapters of plantation forests byExpand
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MANDAI MANGROVE, SINGAPORE: LESSONS FOR THE CONSERVATION OF SOUTHEAST ASIA'S MANGROVES
Vital for their diverse ecosystem services, Southeast Asian mangroves are the most biodiverse in the world and are critically threatened, yet they remain woefully understudied. A notable exception isExpand
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Conservation challenges and action for the Critically Endangered Singapore freshwater crab Johora singaporensis
The Singapore freshwater crab Johora singaporensis is known only from three streams in Singapore and is among the top 100 most threatened species in the world. It is the only member of the genusExpand
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Diet of the smooth-coated otter Lutrogale perspicillata ( Geoffroy , 1826 ) at natural and modified sites in Singapore
After decades of absence, the smooth-coated otter Lutrogale perspicillata (Geoffroy, 1826) is now widespread along the northern shores of Singapore. Their diet was examined at four sites along theExpand
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Orthoptera in the scat contents of the common palm civet ( Paradoxurus musangus ) on Pulau Ubin , Singapore
Predator–prey interaction can be crucial for studies in trophic-level ecology. Owing to their abundance and richness, many small arthropods, including the Orthoptera, are important prey in theExpand
Autecology of the common fishtail palm, Caryota mitis (Arecaceae), in Singapore
ABSTRACT The only Caryota species native to Singapore, C. mitis is an important ecological resource for a diversity of fauna. However, little is known about the autecology of this charismatic,Expand
POPULATION STRUCTURE , DISTRIBUTION , AND HABITAT USE OF SMOOTH-COATED OTTERS Lutrogale perspicillata IN SINGAPORE
The population and distribution of smooth-coated otters (Lutrogale perspicillata) in Singapore has increased since their return in 1998, but their population structure, distribution, and habitat useExpand