Staff Publications 2014

(as of 16 May 2014)

  1. Chim CK & Lim KKP (2014a) Blackspot shark at eastern Johor Straits. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 47.
  2. Chim CK & Lim KKP (2014b) Coral cat-sharks at eastern Johor Straits. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 54.
  3. Chua MAH (2014a) Malaysian giant terrapin at Nee Soon swamp-forest. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 45.
  4. Chua MAH (2014b) Frilly gecko at Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 58.
  5. Chua MAH, Lim KKP & Chong KY (2014) Gray’s leaf insect at Venus Drive forest. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 9–10.
  6. Foon JK, Tan SK & Chan SY (2014) Possible rodent and avian predation of tree snail Amphidromus atricallosus perakensis. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 40–41.
  7. Foon JK, Tan SK, Chan SY, Nguang L & Low MEY (2014) Tree-climbing behavior of the land snail Hemiplecta humphreysiana. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 52–53.
  8. Fung TK & Chua MAH (2014) Oriental scops owl on Pulau Ubin. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 49.
  9. Huys R, Low MEY, De Grave S, Ng PKL & Clark PF (2014) On two reports associated with James Wood-Mason and Alfred William Alcock published by the Indian Museum and the Indian Marine Survey between 1890 and 1891: implications for malacostracan nomenclature. Zootaxa, 3757(1): 1–78.
  10. Lai JCY, Thoma BP, Clark PF, Felder, DL & Ng PKL (2014) Phylogeny of eriphioid crabs (Brachyura, Eriphioidea) inferred from molecular and morphological studies. Zoologica Scripta, 43(1): 52–64.
  11. Lee BY & Low MEY (2014) The mangrove pebble crab Philyra malefactrix at Kranji. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 75–76.
  12. Lee BY, Tan HH (2014) Spotted reef crab at Pulau Tekukor. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 4.
  13. Leong TM & Lim KKP (2014a) Last instar caterpillar of orange tiger moth, Asota egens. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 46.
  14. Lim KKP & Leong TM (2014b) New record of the Horsfield’s large-footed myotis in Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 106–107.
  15. Lim KKP (2014a) Dead juvenile spiny terrapin at Sime forest. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 73.
  16. Lim KKP (2014b) Banded Malaysian coral snake at Kent Ridge. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 97.
  17. Lim KKP & Chua MAH (2014) Malayan giant frog at the Botanic Gardens. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 27.
  18. Lim KKP, Neo ML, Ng D & Toh CH (2014) New record of Kuiter’s dragonet from Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 103–104.
  19. Low MEY & Evenhuis NL (2014) Additional dates of Sir Andrew Smith’s Illustrations of the Zoology of South Africa. Zootaxa, 3795(4): 483–488.
  20. Low MEY & Ng PKL (2014) ‘Googleology’ revisited: an additional tool for preventing zoological homonymy. Zootaxa, 3794(2): 299–300.
  21. Low MEY & Rahayu DL (in press) Pagurus asper H. Milne Edwards, 1848, a subjective synonym of Clibanarius longitarsus (De Haan, 1849) and reversal of precedence (Crustacea: Decapoda: Anomura: Diogenidae). Zootaxa.
  22. Low MEY & Tan SK (2014) On the identities of the molluscan names described in A Short Zoology of Tahiti in the Society Islands by Anthony Curtiss in 1938 (Mollusca: Cephalopoda, Gastropoda). Zootaxa, 3764(3): 394–400.
  23. Ng A & Lim KKP (2014) Scrawled filefish at Saint John’s Island. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 35.
  24. Ng BL & Lim KKP (2014) New record of white-faced pipefish in Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 120–121.
  25. Ng DJJ, Yeo DCJ, Sivasothi N & Ng PKL (2014) Conservation challenges and action for the Critically Endangered Singapore freshwater crab Johora singaporensis. Oryx, doi:10.1017/S0030605313000707.
  26. Ng PKL (2014) A new species of Malayopotamon Bott, 1968 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Potamidae), a freshwater crab from northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Zootaxa, 3768(5): 576–582.
  27. Ng PKL (2014) The identity of the Sarawak freshwater crab Parathelphusa oxygona Nobili, 1901, with description of a new species, Parathelphusa nobilii, from Western Kalimantan, Indonesia, Borneo (Crustacea: Brachyura: Gecarcinucidae). Zootaxa, 3774(1): 31–44.
  28. Ng PKL & Anker A (2014) Pteromaja maklayi gen. et sp. nov., a remarkable new spider crab (Crustacea: Brachyura: Epialtidae) from Papua New Guinea. Marine Biology Research, 10(8): 816–823.
  29. Ng PKL & Grinang J (2014) A new species of troglobitic crab of the genus Stygothelphusa Ng, 1989, from Sarawak, Malaysia (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Gecarcinucidae). Zootaxa, 3774(1): 90–96.
  30. Ng PKL & Rahayu DL (2014) Revision of the family Acidopsidae Števčić, 2005, and the systematic position of Typhlocarcinodes Alcock, 1900, Caecopilumnus Borradaile, 1902, and Raoulia Ng, 1987, with descriptions of two new genera and five new species (Crustacea: Brachyura: Goneplacoidea). Zootaxa, 3773(1): 1–63.
  31. Ng PKL, Türkay M & Galil BS (2014) On the identity of Cancer urania Herbst, 1801 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Leucosiidae). Zootaxa, 3786(2): 124–134.
  32. Ng TH, Tan SK & Low MEY (2014) Singapore Mollusca: 7. The family Ampullariidae (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda: Ampullarioidea). Nature in Singapore, 7: 31–47.
  33. Puniamoorthy N, Schäfer MA, Römbke J, Meier R & Blanckenhorn WU (2014) Ivermectin sensitivity is an ancient trait affecting all ecdysozoa but shows phylogenetic clustering among sepsid flies. Evolutionary Applications, doi:10.1111/eva.12152.
  34. Tan HH (2014a) Editorial: Raffles Bulletin of Zoology goes fully electronic. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 62: 1–2.
  35. Tan HH (2014b) Oriental white-eye nesting at Kent Ridge. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 2–3.
  36. Tan HH (2014c) Non-native fishes observed in marsh pond at West Coast Park. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 6–7.
  37. Tan HH (2014d) Lesser whistling duck family at Pandan canal. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 12.
  38. Tan HH (2014e) Asian arowana in Pangsua pond. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 15.
  39. Tan HH (2014f) Semicircle angelfish from Tuas. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 26.
  40. Tan HH (2014g) Non-native fishes at inlet of Upper Seletar Reservoir. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 91–92.
  41. Tan HH (2014h) American bull frogs at inlet of Upper Seletar Reservoir. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 93.
  42. Tan HH (2014i) Congregation of Oriental river gobies at Upper Seletar Reservoir. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 94–95.
  43. Tan HH (2014j) Colour forms of the midas cichlid. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 98–99.
  44. Tan HH (2014k) A hive of black dwarf honeybees at Kent Ridge campus. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 101–102.
  45. Tan HH (2014l) Malayan forest softshell turtle at Sime forest. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 115.
  46. Tan HH (2014m) Spotted dove fledglings’ boisterous feeding behaviour. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 116.
  47. Tan HH (2014n) Malayan colugo at Mandai Lake Road. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 117.
  48. Tan HH (2014o) A juvenile sunbeam snake. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 118.
  49. Tan HH (2014p) Life stages of the Malayan giant frog on Bukit Gombak. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 130–131.
  50. Tan HH & Lim KKP (2014) Russell’s lionfish in the Singapore Straits. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 11.
  51. Tan SH & Low MEY (2014) The Mediterranean and Eastern Atlantic species of Spinolambrus Tan & Ng, 2007: S. macrochelos (Herbst, 1790), S. notialis (Manning & Holthuis, 1981), and S. verrucosus (Studer, 1883), with a note on the identity of Lambrus spinosissimus Osório, 1923 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura: Parthenopidae). Zootaxa, 3573(1): 96–100.
  52. Tan SK (2014) Twin-barred gliding snake preying on spotted house gecko. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 70.
  53. Tan SK & Lim KKP (2014) A twin-barred gliding snake’s failed attempt to prey on gecko. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 72.
  54. Tan SK & Low MEY (2014a) Singapore Mollusca: 4. The family Amathinidae (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia: Pyramidelloidea). Nature in Singapore, 7: 9–13.
  55. Tan SK & Low MEY (2014b) Singapore Mollusca: 5. The subfamily Planaxinae (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda: Cerithioidea: Planaxidae). Nature in Singapore, 7: 15–23.
  56. Tan SK & Low MEY (2014c) Singapore Mollusca: 6. The family Truncatellidae (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda: Truncatellidae). Nature in Singapore, 7: 25–30.
  57. Tan SK & Low MEY (2014) First record of Nassarius biendongensis from Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 124–125.
  58. Toh CH (2014a) Longspine razorfish at Pulau Hantu. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 63.
  59. Toh CH (2014b) New record of nudibranch Odontoglaja guamensis in Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 74.
  60. Toh CH (2014c) New record of the nudibranch Nembrotha livingstonei in Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 78–79.
  61. Toh CH (2014d) New record of the nudibranch Trapania vitta in Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 80.
  62. Toh CH (2014e) Spawn of the saddleback anemonefish. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 96.
  63. Toh CH & Lim KKP (2014a) Schultz’s pipefish off Pulau Hantu. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 37.
  64. Toh CH & Lim KKP (2014b) Aggregation of two species of demoiselle fishes at Pulau Hantu. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 71.
  65. Toh CH & Lim KKP (2014c) New record of intermediate flounder in Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 84–85.
  66. Toh CH, Tan SK & Low MEY (2014a) A record of Stomatella impertusa in Singapore. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 19.
  67. Toh CH, Tan SK & Low MEY (2014b) Cone snail Conus recluzianus at Lazarus Island. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 135–136.
  68. Wijedasa LS, Tan SK, Clements GR & Sng D (2014) Three snails in a slugfest. Nature Watch, Singapore, 22(1): 2–5.
  69. Yap S & Chua MAH (2014) Javan pipistrelle at Paya Lebar. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 100.
  70. Yeo JWL (2014) Green iguana at Kovan. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 119.
  71. Yeo JWL & Lim KKP (2014) Harlequin cockroach Neostylopyga rhombifolia at Kovan. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 61.
  72. Yeo RHK & Lim KKP (2014a) Stellar rockskipper blenny at Big Sister Island. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 86.
  73. Yeo RHK & Lim KKP (2014b) Some fishes in a stream at Bukit Batok Nature Park. Singapore Biodiversity Records, 2014: 87–88.