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Re-evaluating the taxonomic status of Chiromantis in Thailand using multiple lines of evidence (Amphibia: Anura: Rhacophoridae).
Results of molecular, morphological, and bioacoustic data analyses support at least four evolutionarily distinct and monophyletic clades and suggest that there may be more diversity within C. hansenae and C. vittatus than is currently recognized. Expand
Two new species of Hemiphyllodactylus Bleeker (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from Thailand.
The integrated taxonomy using molecular phylogenetics and morphological study revealed two new species of slender geckos in Thailand, Hemiphyllodactylus khlonglanensis sp. Expand
A new caruncle-bearing Limnonectes (Anura: Dicroglossidae) from northeastern Thailand.
A new species of the dicroglossid frog genus Limnonectes is described from Ubon Ratchathani Province, northeastern Thailand. Limnonectes lauhachindai sp. nov. differs from its congeners by havingExpand
Gross Morphological Structure of Digestive System in Water Monitor Lizard Varanus salvator (Squamata: Varanidae)
This study provided information about the gross morphological and internal surface structures of the digestive organs in V. salvator that could be used in the biological and veterinary sciences and other related studies. Expand
Annual Changes in Fecal Sex Hormones with Corresponding Changes in Reproductive Behaviors in Thai Sarus Crane, Black-headed Ibis, and Lesser Adjutant Stork
It is suggested that mTT and/or fE2 apparently played an important role in regulation of courtship-copulation displays but did not relate to both egg-incubation and chickrearing behaviors. Expand
Distribution of Rhacophorus feae Boulenger, 1893 and Rhacophorus maximus Günther, 1858 (Anura: Rhacophoridae) in Thailanda: Rhacophoridae) in Thailand
The present work investigates distribution of Rhacophorus feae and Rhacophorus maximus in Thailand. The distribution is confirmed based on voucher specimens and showed on an updated distribution map.Expand
Mating Behavior of Hansen's Bush Frog (Chiromantis hansenae) at Sakaerat Environmental Research Station, Northeastern Thailand
The principal component analysis output indicated a correlation between mating behavior (amplexus, laying egg behavior and advertisement calls) and termination of rainfall; however, reproduction was prolonged and lasted through the entire rainy season. Expand