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Peat swamp frogs of Borneo
The frog fauna of peat swamps in Borneo has been little studied,which may at least partlyaccount for the small known size of this fauna.Yet the areal extent and wide distribution of this habitatinExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships of the vulnerable wild cattle, Malayan gaur (Bos gaurus hubbacki), and its hybrid, the selembu, based on maternal markers
The gaur (Bos gaurus) is one of the two extant wild cattle species that can be found in several Asian countries. This species is threatened by extinction due to declining wild populations. Selembu isExpand
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Phylogenetic position of gastrostomobdellid leeches (Hirudinida, Arhynchobdellida, Erpobdelliformes) and a new family for the genus Orobdella
Nakano, T., Ramlah, Z. & Hikida, T. (2012). Phylogenetic position of gastrostomobdellid leeches (Hirudinida, Arhynchobdellida, Erpobdelliformes) and a new family for the genus Orobdella. —ZoologicaExpand
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The Distribution And Average Size Of Granular Gland In Poisonous Rock Frog, Odorrana hosii
Frog skin is reported to have potential in medical application especially the granular gland on the skin producing secretion containing peptide. The objective of this paper was to examine theExpand
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An account of Anuran at crocker range National Park, Sabah
The survey was conducted at three localities at Crocker Range National Park, Sabah. A total of 110 individuals and 18 species belonging to the family of Ranidae, Bufonidae, Microhylidae, Expand
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Ciri-ciri Panggilan Katak Borneo (Genus: Hylarana) daripadaPopulasi Sarawak, Malaysia
Recordings of Bornean frog calls from the genus Hylarana were conducted at seven study sites in Sarawak, Malaysia. As many as 12 individuals from five species of Bornean frogs were successfullyExpand
Ancient polymorphism within hylarana signata (amphibia: anura: Ranidae) lineages of west (peninsular) and east (Sarawak, Borneo) Malaysia
The Hylarana signata group in Malaysia, as currently construed, comprises two species- Hylarana signata and H. picturata. Both are similar in morphology and habits, but differ in colourationExpand
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Mating calls description of five species of frogs from the genus Hylarana Tschudi 1838 (amphibia, anura, ranidae) from Sarawak, Malaysia
Recordings of frog calls from the genus Hylarana were conducted at seven study sites in Sarawak, Malaysia. The results showed that each species differs in terms of call characteristics, in which aExpand
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