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Additional Anuran and Saurian Records for Phuket, South Thailand
A total of nine new herpetofaunal records are reported for Phuket island, including five anurans (Ansonia malayana, Microhyla heymonsi, Megophrys parva, Limnonectes macrognathus, Taylorana hascheana)Expand
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New Species of Cyrtodactylus (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from Southern Peninsular Malaysia
Abstract A new species of Cyrtodactylus is described from lowland forest of southern Peninsular Malaysia. It differs from all other Cyrtodactylus by having a unique suite of characteristics involvingExpand
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A NEW SPECIES OF GONGYLOSOMA (SQUAMATA: COLUBRIDAE) FROM PULAU TIOMAN, WEST MALAYSIA
A new species of Gongylosoma is described from Pulau Tioman, a small island 38 km off the southeast coast of Pahang, West Malaysia, in the South China Sea. This species differs from all otherExpand
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LAST INSTAR CATERPILLAR AND METAMORPHOSIS OF NEOSTAUROPUS ALTERNUS (WALKER) (LEPIDOPTERA: NOTODONTIDAE)
The notodontid moth Neostauropus alternus (Walker, 1855) has a fairly widespread geographical distribution and has been recorded from the northeast Himalaya, Sundaland, the Philippines, Sulawesi andExpand
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Implications of the variety of bat echolocation sounds for understanding biosonar processing
The variety of echolocation sounds used by different species of bats have implications for target ranging. Signals recorded at individual sites reveal species stacked in different frequency bands,Expand
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RECORDS OF THE PRAYING MANTIS, THEOPROPUS ELEGANS (WESTWOOD) (MANTODEA: HYMENOPODIDAE: HYMENOPODINAE) IN SINGAPORE, WITH NOTES ON OVIPOSITION AND HATCHING
The praying mantis, Theopropus elegans (Westwood, 1832) is the type species for the genus Theopropus Saussure, and is widely distributed throughout Southeast Asia, having been recorded from Myanmar,Expand
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OBSERVATIONS OF POLLINATION IN THE PIGEON ORCHID, DENDROBIUM CRUMENATUM SWARTZ (ORCHIDACEAE) IN SINGAPORE
As the flowers of the pigeon orchid, Dendrobium crumenatum, bloom for just one day, this presents only a narrow window of opportunity for pollination to be carried out. We report observations of beesExpand
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First report on the herpetofauna of Pulau Aur, Johor, West Malaysia
With the exception ofTweedie's (1983) account ofCalamaria lovii, published accounts on the herpetofauna of Pulau Aur, located 63 km off the south-east coast of peninsular Malaysia in the SouthExpand
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