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).

  1. Wang, W. Y. & P. A. Todd, 2012. Evidence for carotenoid pigments in the facial bands of two mangrove crab species from Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 159–164. [PDF, 358 KB]
  2. Lim, N. T-L. & A. W. M. Yeo, 2012. Records of the shrew-faced squirrel, Rhinosciurus laticaudatus (Mammalia: Rodentia: Sciuridae), in Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 165–170. [PDF, 1.04 MB]
  3. Tan, S. K. & S. Y. Chan, 2012. Discovery of another subspecies of Amphidromus atricallosus (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Camaenidae) in Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 171–176. [PDF, 516 KB]
  4. Tan, Y. Z., C. S. L. Ng & L. M. Chou, 2012. Natural colonisation of a marina seawall by scleractinian corals along Singapore’s east coast. Nature in Singapore, 5: 177–183. [PDF, 648 KB]
  5. Yeo, C. K., W. F. Ang & A. F. S. L. Lok, 2012. Pterisanthes (Vitaceae) of Singapore: with a note on the rediscovery of Pterisanthes cissioides Blume. Nature in Singapore, 5: 185–190. [PDF, 394 KB]
  6. Yeo, C. K., W. F. Ang & A. F. S. L. Lok, 2012. Conservation status of Nothocissus spicifera (Miq.) Latiff (Vitaceae) in Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 191–193. [PDF, 539 KB]
  7. Ng, P. X. & H. T. W. Tan, 2012. The distribution and status in Singapore of Tristellateia australasiae A.Rich. (Malpighiaceae). Nature in Singapore, 5: 195–198. [PDF, 952 KB]
  8. Ang, W. F., C. K. Yeo, A. F. S. L. Lok, A. Angkasa, P. X. Ng & H. T. W. Tan, 2012. Rediscovery of Trichotosia velutina (Lodd. ex Lindl.) Kraenzl. (Orchidaceae) in Singapore. Nature in Singapore, 5: 199–204. [PDF, 1.02 MB]
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