Staff Publications 2004

  1. Adrim M, Chen I-S, Chen Z-P, Lim KP, Tan HH and Jaafar Z. 2004. Marine Fishes Recorded from the Anambas and the Natuna Islands, South China Sea. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Singapore, Supplement 11:117-130
  2. Bickford, D. 2004. Differential parental care behaviors of arboreal and terrestrial microhylid frogs from Papua New Guinea. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55: 402-409.
  3. Jaafar Z, Hajisamae S, Chou LM, Yatiman  Y. 2004. Ecology of Fishes in Human-impacted Habitats. Hydrobiologia 511 113-123.
  4. Jackson, R. R. & D. Li, 2004. Rapid formation of search images for preferred prey by araneophagic jumping spiders. Animal Cognition 7: 247-254.
  5. Jeng, M.-S., N. K. Ng & P. K. L. Ng, 2004. Hydrothermal vent crabs feeds on ‘marine snow’. Nature (United Kingdom), 432: 969.
  6. Li, D., M. L. M. Lim, W. K. Seah & S. L. Tay, 2004. Prey-attraction as a possible function of discoid stabilimenta of juvenile orb-spinning spiders. Animal Behaviour. 68: 629-635.
  7. Li, D. & W. S. Lee, 2004. Predator-induced plasticity in web-building behaviour. Animal Behaviour. 67: 309-318.
  8. Lim, M. L. M. & D. Li, 2004. Courtship and male-male agonistic behaviour of Cosmophasis umbratica Simon, an ornate jumping spider (Araneae: Salticidae) from Singapore. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. 52: 97-110.
  9. Mohamed Adrim, Chen, I.-S., Chen Z.-P., Lim, K. K. P., Tan, H. H., Yusri Yusof & Zeehan Jafaar, 2004.  Marine fishes recorded from the Anambas and Natuna islands, South China Sea.   Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Singapore, Supplement 11: 117-130.
  10. Ng, H. H. & H. H. Tan, 2004.   Ompok platyrhynchus, a new silurid catfish (Teleostei: Siluridae) from Borneo.   Zootaxa, 580: 1-11, July.
  11. Rüber, L., R. Britz, H. H. Tan, P. K. L. Ng & R. Zardoya, 2004.   Evolution of mouthbrooding and life-history correlates in the fighting fish genus Betta.   Evolution, 58 (4): 799-813.
  12. Tan, H. H., 2004.   Book Review.   Snakeheads (Pisces, Channidae) – A Biological Synopsis and Risk Assessment.   Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Singapore 52: 282.
  13. Tan, H. H. & K. K. P. Lim, 2004.   Inland fishes from the Anambas and Natuna Islands, South China Sea, with description of a new species of Betta (Teleostei: Osphronemidae).   Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Singapore, Supplement 11: 107-115.
  14. Tan, H. H. & P. K. L. Ng, 2004.   Two new species of freshwater fish (Teleostei: Balitoridae, Osphronemidae) from southern Sarawak.  In: Sarawak Bau Limestone Biodiversity (eds. H. S. Yong, F. S. P. Ng and E. E. L. Yen).   Sarawak Museum Journal, Vol. LIX, No. 80 (New Series); Special Issue No. 8: 267-284.
  15. Todd, P.A. (2004) Mask, Fins, Camera! Reef Encounter. International Society for Reef Studies. No 32, pg 19-20.
  16. Todd, P.A. (Ed.) (2004) Humans and Wildlife. Napier University, 208 pp.
  17. Todd, P.A. (Ed.) (2004) Biodiversity and Rarity. Napier University, 192 pp.
  18. Todd, P.A., Ladle, R.J., Lewin-Koh, N.J.I. and Chou, L.M. (2004) Genotype ´ environment interactions in transplanted clones of the massive corals Favia speciosa and Diploastrea heliopora. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 271: 167-182.
  19. Todd, P.A., Ladle, R.J., Lewin-Koh, N.J.I. and Chou, L.M. (2004) Flesh or Bone? Quantifying small-scale coral morphology using with-tissue and without-tissue techniques. Marine Biology, 145 (2): 323-328.
  20. Todd, P.A., Sidle, R.C. and Lewin-Koh, N.J.I. (2004) An aquarium experiment for identifying the physical factors inducing morphological change in two massive scleractinian corals. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 299 (1): 97 – 113.
  21. Tran, A.D. & C.M. Yang, 2004. The aquatic bugs (Heteroptera) of the Anambas and Natuna Islands, Indonesia. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Singapore, Supplement 11: 55-59.
  22. Yeo, D. C. J., D. L. Rahayu and P. K. L. Ng (2004) Brachyura (Crustacea) of the Anambas Expedition 2002. In: Ng, P. K. L., D. Wowor and D. C. J. Yeo (eds.), Scientific Results of the Anambas Expedition 2002. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, Singapore, Supplement 11: 79-88.