Bibliography of the Malayan Colugo, Cynocephalus variegatus (Mammalia: Dermoptera: Cynocephalidae)

Literature consulted by Norman T. Lim, 2003/4 during the course of his honours project.

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Aimi, M., Inagaki, H. (1988). Grooved lower incisors in flying lemurs. Journal of Mammalogy 69 (1), 138-140.

Anderson, S., Jones, J. K. (1967). Recent Mammals of the World: A Synopsis of Families. (New York: Ronald Press Company), 453 pp.

Arnason, U., Adegoke, J.A., Bodin, K., Born, E.W., Bsa, Y.B., Gullberg, A., Nilsson, M., Short, R.V., Xu, X., Janke, A. (2002). Mammalian mitogenomic relationships and the root of the eutherian tree. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences USA 99 (12), 8151-8156.

Beard, K.C. (1990). Gliding behaviour and palaeoecology of the alleged primate family Paromomiyidae (Mammalia, Dermoptera). Nature 345, 340-341.

Beard, K.C. (1993). Phylogenetic Systematics of the Primatomorpha, with Special Reference to Dermoptera. In Mammal Phylogeny, Volume 2. Placentals, F.S. Szalay, M.J. Novacek and M.C. McKenna, eds. (New York: Springer-Verlag), pp. 129-150.

Beveridge, I. (1989). Species of Bertiella (Cestoda: Anoplocephalidae) in dermopterans and squirrels in South-east Asia, Systematic Parasitology 14, 1-15.

Bhatnagar, K.P., Wible, J.R. (1994). Observations on the vomeronasal organ of the colugo Cynocephalus (Mammalia, Dermoptera), Acta Anatomica 151, 43-48.

Chasen, F.N., Kloss, C.B. (1929). Notes on flying lemurs (Galeopterus). Bulletin of the Raffles Museum, Singapore, Straits Settlements 2, 12-22.

Harrison, M.L. (1969). The life of mammals, volume 2 (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson), 780 pp.

Ho, H.C., Subaraj, R., Yeo, S.L., Yang, C.M. (1994). Checklist of threatened species: mammals. In The Singapore Red Data Book, P.K.L. Ng, Y.C. Wee, eds. (Singapore: The Nature Society), pp. 248-267.

IUCN (2002). 2002 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

Kenneth, J.H., Ritchie, G.R. (1953). Gestation periods. 3rd edition. Commonwealth Bureau Animal Breeding and Genetics, Tech. Comm. 5, 1-39.

Lekagul, B., McNeely, J. (1977). Mammals of Thailand (Bangkok: Sahakarnbhat Co.), 758 pp.

Lim, B.L. (1967). Observations on the food habitats and ecological habitat of the Malaysian flying lemur. In International Zoo Yearbook Volume 7, R.Biegler, eds. (London: Aberdeen University Press), pp. 196-197.

Lim, N.T. (unpublished). The abundance of flying lemurs in Singapore. Undergraduate Research Opportunity Project (UROPS) report, National University of Singapore (Singapore). 28 pp.

McKenna, M.C., Bell, S.K. (1997). Classification of mammals above the species level (New York: Columbia University Press), 631 pp.

Medway, L. (1978). The wild mammals of Malay Peninsula and Singapore (Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press), 128 pp.

Mendoza, M.M., Custodio, C.C. (2000). Field observations on the Philippine flying lemur (Cynocephalus volans). In Biology of Gliding Mammals, R.L. Goldingay, J. Scheibe, eds (Filander Press, Germany), pp. 273-280.

Murphy, W.J., Eizirik, E., Johnson, W.E., Zhang, Y.P., Ryder, O.A., O’Brien, S.J. (2001). Molecular phylogenetics and the origin of placental mammals. Nature 409, 614-618.

Nowak, R.M., Paradiso, J.L. (1983). Walker's Mammals of the World. 4th edition. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press), 1362 pp.

Rajathurai, S., Lim, K.K.P., Teo, R.C.H. (1995). Mammals. The Pangolin: a bulletin on vertebrates of Singapore and the surrounding area 8, 1.

Ruggeri, N., Etterson, M. (1998). The first records of colugo (Cynocephalus variegatus) from the Lao P.D.R.. Mammalia 62 (3), 450-451.

Schmitz, J., Ohme, M., Suryobroto, B., Zischler, H. (2002). The colugo (­Cynocephalus variegatus, Dermoptera): The primates’ gliding sister? Molecular Biology and Evolution 19 (12), 2308-2312.

Stafford, B.J., Szalay, F.S. (2000). Craniodental functional morphology and taxonomy of dermopterans. Journal of Mammalogy 81 (2), 360-385.

Szalay, F.S., Lucas, S.G. (1993). Cranioskeletal morphology of archontans, and diagnoses of Chiroptera, Volitantia and Archonta. In Primates and Their Relatives in Phylogenetic Perspective, R.D.E. Ross, ed. (New York: Plenum), pp. 187-226.

Tan, W.C (1972). Field work and laboratory studies of the mammal Cynocephalus variegatus. Honours dissertation, National University of Singapore (Singapore), 105 pp.

Teo, R.C.H., Rajathurai, S. (1997). Mammals, reptiles and amphibians in the Nature Reserves of Singapore - diversity, abundance and distribution. Gardens' Bulletin, Singapore 49: 353-425.

UNEP-WCMC (2003). UNEP-WCMC Species Database: CITES-Listed Species.

Walker, E.P. (1983). Mammals of the World (Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press), 4th edition, 1362 pp.

Wharton, C.H. (1950). Notes on the life history of the flying lemur. Journal of Mammalogy 31 (3), 269-273.

Wischusen, E.W. (1990). The foraging ecology and natural history of the Philippine flying lemur (Cynocephalus volans). Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University (New York: Ithaca), 123 pp.

Wischusen, E.W., Ingle, N.R., Richmond, M.E. (1992). Observations on the reproductive biology and social behaviour of the Philippine flying lemur (Cynocephalus volans). Malayan Nature Journal 46, 65-71.

Wischusen, E.W., Richmond, M.E. (1989). Techniques for capturing and marking Philippine flying lemur (Cynocephalus volans). Malayan Nature Journal 43, 100-105.

Wischusen, E.W., Richmond, M.E. (1998). Foraging ecology of the Philippine flying lemur (Cynocephalus volans). Journal of Mammalogy 79 (4), 1288-1295.

Yeo, S.H. (1991). Mammals. The Pangolin: a bulletin on vertebrates of Singapore and the surrounding area 4 (3), 1.

Yeo, S.H., Lim, K.K.P. (1992). Mammals. The Pangolin: a bulletin on vertebrates of Singapore and the surrounding area 5, 1.