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Philippe collecting amphibians and reptiles at night © G. Semiadi / LIPI
Amphibians and reptiles in Lobo
Research teams left Lobo on Friday 31th October, an opportunity to review the field work so far. Here is an abstract on herpetofauna
Little is known on the herpetofauna of the karst area of West Papua such as Lengguru. Despite the short duration of our stay in Lobo in the Lengguru region, we... More

Article written by LENGGURU.ORG : Evy Arida, Wahyu Trilaksono, Antoine Fouquet, and Philippe Gaucher

Article upload by Pramono on December 02, 2014
   

 
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Borja observing a bird © J.M. Porte / IRD
Birds in Lobo
Research teams left Lobo on Friday 31th October, an opportunity to review the field work so far. Here is an abstract on birds,
The Lengguru area, with the Lengguru River as the main river, is an... More

Article written by LENGGURU.ORG : Hidayat Ashari & Suparno, Christophe Thébaud and Borja Mila

Article upload by Pramono on December 02, 2014
   
 
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Dragonfly © P. Lupiyaningdyah / LIPI
Insects (Odonata) in Lobo

Research teams left Lobo on Friday 31th October, an opportunity to review the field work so far. Here is an abstract on insects,
In Lobo, the Indonesian team only focused on Odonata (dragonflies).... More

Article written by Pungki Lupiyaningdyah & Endang Cholik

Article upload by Pramono on December 02, 2014
   
 
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Hipposideros spp. © G. Semiadi / LIPI
Terrestrial mammals in Lobo

Research teams left Lobo on Friday 31th October, an opportunity to review the field work so far. Here is an abstract on terrestrial mammals,
Target groups are rodents, bats and marsupials. The... More

Article written by Gono Semiadi, Nanang Supriatna and Apandi

Article upload by Pramono on December 02, 2014
   
 
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Muscicapa sodhii (sp. nov.; Sulawesi Streaked Flycatcher; upper left and center)
A New Species of Muscicapa Flycatcher from Sulawesi, Indonesia
The Indonesian island of Sulawesi and its satellite islands are of great biogeographic interest due to the region's complex geography which arose from the collision of several tectonic plates... More

Article written by PLOSONE.ORG : November 24, 2014

Article upload by Pramono on December 01, 2014
   

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