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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.
Ectoparasites associated with bats in tropical forest of northeastern Thailand
TLDR
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).
Plankton Communities and Physicochemical Properties in Seawater Post Tsunami 2004 Damaged in Phang Nga Province, Thailand
The plankton communities (phytoplankton and zooplankton) and physicochemical properties in seawater were monitored between January to December 2008 at nine coastal mariculture and local fisheries
THE EFFECTS OF FOREST TYPE AND SEASON ON THE ABUNDANCE AND SPECIES DIVERSITY OF BATS IN NORTHEASTERN THAILAND
Bats are the most species-diverse group of terrestrial mammals in Thailand. However, data on the ecology of forest bats in Thailand are lacking. This study determined the influence of the vegetation
Seasonal Density and Diversity of Insect Decomposers in Three Forest Types of Sakaerat Environmental Research Station, Thailand
Insect decomposers play many important roles in terrestrial ecosystems. Their population usually fluctuated according to seasons and associated with environmental factors. The aims of this study were
Influence of Climate , Litter Quality and Soil Macrofauna Decomposers on Litter Decomposition in Dry Dipterocarp and Dry Evergreen Forests in Northeastern Thailand
Litter decomposition is a complex ecological process that is controlled by various environmental factors. The aim of this study was to investigate the influence of climate, litter quality and soil