New articles on Nature in Singapore website

The following articles have been uploaded to the Nature in Singapore website (http://rmbr.nus.edu.sg/nis/index.html).

Adult male of Pericnemis stictica. See Ngiam and Leong, 2012. 

  1. Low, B. W. & K. K. P. Lim, 2012. Gouramies of the genus Trichopodus in Singapore (Actinopterygii: Perciformes: Osphronemidae). Nature in Singapore, 5: 83–93. [PDF, 1.07 MB]
  2. Ng, T. H. & D. C. J. Yeo, 2012. Non-indigenous frogs in Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 95–102. [PDF, 624 KB]
  3. Ngiam, R. W. J. & T. M. Leong, 2012. Larva of the phytotelm-breeding damselfly, Pericnemis stictica Selys from forests in Singapore (Odonata: Zygoptera: Coenagrionidae). Nature in Singapore, 5: 103–115. [PDF, 2.46 MB]
  4. Ang, W. F., A. F. S. L. Lok, C. K. Yeo, A. Angkasa, P. X. Ng & H. T. W. Tan, 2012. Rediscovery of Freycinetia javanica Blume (Pandanaceae) in Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 117–122. [PDF, 5.61 MB]
  5. Rodda, M. & W. F. Ang, 2012. Hoya caudata Hook. f. (Apocynaceae), a new record for Singapore, and keys to the Hoya species of Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 123–128. [PDF, 700 KB]
  6. Leong, T. M. & Mishak Shunari, 2012. Final instar caterpillar and metamorphosis of Lebeda cognata Grünberg, 1913 in Singapore (Lepidoptera: Lasiocampidae). Nature in Singapore, 5: 129–140. [PDF, 3.83 MB]
  7. Decker, P. & T. Tertilt, 2012. First records of two introduced millipedes Anoplodesmus saussurii and Chondromorpha xanthotricha (Diplopoda: Polydesmida: Paradoxosomatidae) in Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 141–149. [PDF, 1.27 MB]
  8. Leong, T. M., 2012. Final instar caterpillars and metamorphosis of Cyclosia sordidus (Walker) in Singapore (Lepidoptera: Zygaenidae: Chalcosiinae). Nature in Singapore, 5: 151–158. [PDF, 1.55 MB]
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