Category Archives: South East Asia

Wildlife after death; Life! explores our type collection!

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Seminar: Evolution of the human pygmy phenotype by Nathaniel J. Dominy (Friday 25 January, 4 PM, LT 20)

All are welcome!  “Evolution of the human pygmy phenotypes”, a seminar by Assoc. Professor Nathaniel J. Dominy Date:  25 January 2013; Time: 4 PM; Venue: LT 20, Faculty of Science (map) Abstract: Small human body size, or the ‘pygmy’ phenotype, is characteristic … Continue reading

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The Fleming collection is back in South East Asia again!

Last Tuesday, staff of the museum including our director were mobilised to receive an extremely important guest at Changi Airport. It was the homecoming of the WA Fleming butterfly collection, which Fleming based his definitive guide to the Butterflies of … Continue reading

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Fauna reported from Batu caves, Selangor, Malaysia: annotated checklist and bibliography

For the first time in more than 40 years, Moseley et al. has compiled the first definitive checklist and bibliography of cave-associated zoological taxa reported from the Batu caves. The list more than doubles records of vertebrates and invertebrates known from … Continue reading

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