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Mitochondrial evidence for multiple radiations in the evolutionary history of small apes
A more complete view of the evolutionary and biogeographic history of the hylobatid family is provided, and a more solid genetic basis for the taxonomic classification of the surviving taxa is shown.
Sorting out Lalos: description of new species and additional taxonomic data on megophryid frogs from northern Indochina (genus Leptolalax, Megophryidae, Anura)
Analysis of diagnostic characters in adult Leptolalax and results of molecular analysis are presented.
Nuclear versus mitochondrial DNA: evidence for hybridization in colobine monkeys
This study provides the most comprehensive view on colobine evolution to date and emphasizes that analyses of various molecular markers, such as mobile elements and sequence data from multiple loci, are crucial to better understand evolutionary relationships and to trace hybridization events.
Molecular phylogeny and evolutionary history of Southeast Asian macaques forming the M. silenus group.
Phylogeny, taxonomy, and zoogeography of the genus Gekko Laurenti, 1768 with the revalidation of G . reevesii Gray, 1831 (Sauria: Gekkonidae)
A review of the taxonomy, phylogeny, and zoogeography of all currently recognized Gekko species is provided based on morphology (including size, scalation, color, and pattern) and mitochondrial and…
A new species of Goniurosaurus from Cat Ba Island, Hai Phong, northern Vietnam (Squamata: Eublepharidae)
This work describes a new species of the gekkonid genus Goniurosaurus from Cat Ba Island, Hai Phong, northern Vietnam and provides first data on its natural history and a key to the currently recognized Goniuresaurus species.
Loss of oestrus, concealed ovulation and paternity confusion in free-ranging Hanuman langurs
- Michael Hestermann, T. Ziegler, C. V. van Schaik, Kristin Launhardt, P. Winkler, J. Hodges
- BiologyProceedings of the Royal Society of London…
- 7 December 2001
This work demonstrates the capacity for paternity confusion and multiple paternity, and shows that despite a high degree of monopolization of receptive females by the dominant male, non-dominant males father a substantial proportion of offspring.
Pressing Problems: Distribution, Threats, and Conservation Status of the Monitor Lizards (Varanidae: Varanus spp.) of Southeast Asia and the Indo-Australian Archipelago
—We update an earlier review (Mertens 1959) of the monitor lizards of Southeast Asia and the IndoAustralian Archipelago, emphasizing the importance of this island region as a center of varanid…
Five new, microendemic Asian Leaf-litter Frogs (Leptolalax) from the southern Annamite mountains, Vietnam.
The Leptolalax applebyi group of Asian leaf-litter frogs currently comprises four species of particularly small-bodied (<40 mm SVL) species distributed in the Central Highlands of Vietnam and northeastern Cambodia and formally delineate and describe five of these lineages as distinct species.