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First record of the plant bug subfamily Psallopinae (Heteroptera: Miridae) from Thailand, with descriptions of new species and immature forms
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The subfamily Psallopinae from continental Southeast Asia is recorded for the first time, and two undescribed species of Psallops and P. fulvioides are described as new to science.
Vertical Structure of Phyllosphere Fungal Communities in a Tropical Forest in Thailand Uncovered by High-Throughput Sequencing
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Overall, this study showed the variability of phyllosphere fungal communities along the vertical gradient of plant vegetation and environmental conditions, suggesting the significance of biotic and abiotic variation for the species diversity ofphyllosphere fungi.
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.
No room to roam: King Cobras reduce movement in agriculture
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Although King Cobras displayed individual heterogeneity in their response to agricultural landscapes, the overall trend suggested reduced movements when faced with fragmented habitat patches embedded in an otherwise inhospitable land-use matrix.
Space fit for a king: spatial ecology of king cobras (Ophiophagus hannah) in Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve, Northeastern Thailand
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This study is the first investigation into the movements and habitat use of king cobras outside of the Western Ghats, India and shows two adult males showed increases in movements during the breeding season, which caused him to venture beyond the protected area.
No room to roam: King Cobras reduce movement in agriculture
TLDR
Although King Cobras displayed heterogeneity in their response to agricultural landscapes, the overall trend suggested a reduction in movements when faced with fragmented habitat patches embedded in an otherwise inhospitable land-use matrix.
A new species from the genus Gorochovitettix (Tetrigidae: Metrodorinae) from Thailand.
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A new species of pygmy grasshopper from the genus Gorochovitettix is described from Sakaerat Biosphere Reserve, Thailand, which is the first record of the genus outside Vietnam.
Comparison of soil depths between evergreen and deciduous forests as a determinant of their distribution, Northeast Thailand
In several areas in Northeast Thailand, evergreen and deciduous forests coexist under uniform terrain and climatic conditions. We compared depth and physical properties of soils between evergreen and
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