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Melanotaenia picta,
Rainbowfishes (Melanotaenia: Melanotaeniidae) of the Aru Islands, Indonesia with descriptions of five new species and redescription of M. patoti Weber and M. senckenbergianus Weber
The Aru Archipelago is a relict of the former land bridge connecting Australia and New Guinea and its freshwater Melanotaenia strongly reflect this past connection. Sea level changes over the past 2-3 million years have apparently provided sufficient isolation for the radiation of a minispecies... More

Article written by Gerald R. Allen1, Renny K. Hadiaty, Peter J. Unmack and Mark V. Erdmann (aqua vol. 21 no. 2 - 15 April 2015)

Article upload by Pramono on June 24, 2016
   

 
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Myrmecophytic structures of C. saccata
Morphological and phylogenetic investigations for several cryptic ant-plants found in Callicarpa (Lamiaceae) from Borneo
The Ant-plant relationship is one of the most famous symbiotic relationships. A ‘myrmecophyte’ means an ant plant, which has a symbiotic relationship with ants. They usually provide... More

Article written by Shota Nakashima, Emma Sarath, Hiroshi Okada, Kazune Ezaki, Dedy Darnaedi, Hirokazu Tsukaya, Akiko Soejima

Article upload by Pramono on April 11, 2016
   
 
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Anang Setiawan Achmadi
A new genus and species of omnivorous rodent (Muridae: Murinae) from Sulawesi, nested within a clade of endemic carnivores

We document a new genus and species of rodent (Muridae) from the west-central region of Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. The new taxon is known only from the type locality at around 1,600 m elevation... More

Article written by Kevin C Rowe, Anang S Achmadi, Jacob A Esselstyn | Journal of Mammalogy 22 March 2016

Article upload by Pramono on April 04, 2016
   
 
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Photo Caption : Dr. rer. nat Evy Ayu Arida (Right)
Genetic Diversity in a Morphologically Conservative Invasive Taxon: Multiple Introductions of Swamp Eels to the Southeastern United States
TIMOTHY M. COLLINS,*‡ JOEL C. TREXLER,* LEO G. NICO,† AND TIMOTHY A. RAWLINGS*
*Department of Biological Sciences, Florida International University, University Park, Miami, FL 33199,... More

Article written by TIMOTHY M. COLLINS, JOEL C. TREXLER, LEO G. NICO, AND TIMOTHY A. RAWLINGS

Article upload by Pramono on March 04, 2016
   
 
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Indonesia, Germany cooperate in bioeconomy research

REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, CIBINONG -- Indonesia and Germany have established cooperation for research in biodiversity to develop the bioeconomy field as it would lead to prosperity.
The two countries... More

Article written by REPUBLIKA : Thursday, 28 January 2016, 19:17 WIB

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