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Phylogeny of the Southeast Asian freshwater fish genus Pangio (Cipriniformes; Cobitidae)

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR staff Dr Tan Heok Hui in Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Dr Tan Heok Hui Bohlen, Jörg, V. Šlechtová, H. H. Tan, R. Britz (2011) Phylogeny of the Southeast Asian … Continue reading

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Rethinking the ‘back to wilderness’ concept for Sundaland’s forests

Please be informed of this newly published journal articel by RMBR honorary research affiliate Mr Giam Xingli in Biological Conservation. Mr Giam Xingli Giam, Xingli, G. R. Clements, S. A. Aziz, K.Y. Chong, J. Miettinen (2011) Rethinking the ‘back to … Continue reading

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A new species of glass-perch from Belitung Island, Indonesia (Teleostei: Ambassidae: Gymnochanda)

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR staff Dr Tan Heok Hui and Mr Kelvin Lim in Zootaxa. Dr Tan Heok Hui Mr Kelvin Lim Tan, Heok Hui, K. K. P. Lim (2011) A new species … Continue reading

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Impacts of warming on tropical lowland rainforests

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR research affiliate Professor Richard Corlett in Trends in Ecology and Evolution . Professor Richard Corlett Corlett, Richard T. (2011) Impacts of warming on tropical lowland rainforests. Trends in Ecology … Continue reading

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Are all intertidal wetlands naturally created equal? Bottlenecks, thresholds and knowledge gaps to mangrove and saltmarsh ecosystems.

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR research affiliate Professor Edward Webb in Biological Reviews. Professor Edward Webb Friess, Daniel A., K. W. Krauss, E. M. Horstman, T. Balke, T. J. Bouma, D. Galli, E. L. … Continue reading

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Freshwater crab origins–Laying Gondwana to rest

Please be informed of this newly published journal by RMBR research affiliate Dr Darren Yeo in Zoologischer Anzeiger. Dr Darren Yeo Klaus, Sebastian, D. C. J. Yeo, S. T. Ahyong (2011) Freshwater crab origins-Laying Gondwana to rest. Zoologischer Anzeiger, 250: … Continue reading

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Notes on date of publication and generic identity of leptobrachium nokrekensis mathew and sen, “2009” 2010 (Amphibia: Anura: Megophryidae)

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR honorary research affiliate Dr Indraneil Das in Current Herpetology. Dr Indraneil Das Das, I., K. Deuti, (2011) Notes on date of publication and generic identity of leptobrachium nokrekensis mathew … Continue reading

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Primary forests are irreplaceable for sustaining tropical biodiversity

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR research associate Dr Koh Lian Pin in Nature. Dr Koh Lian Pin Gibson, Luke, T. M. Lee, L. P. Koh, B. W. Brook, T. A. Gardner, J. Barlow, C. … Continue reading

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Vertebrate carnivores and predation in the oriental (Indomalayan) region

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR research associate Professor Richard Corlett in the Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Professor Richard Corlett Corlett, R. T. (2011) Vertebrate carnivores and predation in the oriental (Indomalayan) region. The Raffles … Continue reading

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Proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus (Wurmb, 1787)) have unusually high-pitched vocalizations

Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR research associate Professor Rudolf Meier in the Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Professor Rudolf Meier Srivathsan, A., R. Meier (2011) Proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus (Wurmb, 1787)) have unusually high-pitched vocalizations. … Continue reading

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