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MNJ Volume 32 (1978 – 1979)

Volume 32 (1) September 1978

Editorial :

  1. The Gunong Gajah- Tempurong Massif, Perak, And Its Associated Cave System, Gua Tempurong by l. Crowther
  2. Riverine Secondary Forest In The Kutai Nature Reserve, East Kalimantan, Indonesia by Bruce P. Wheatley
  3. Some Anthropods Of The Dipterocarp Forest Canopy In Malaya by H. Elliot McClure
  4. The Osteology Of The Grey Mullet, Liza subviridis (Valenciennes) The Neurocranium by
    A. K. Mohammad Mohsin
  5. Migratory Barn Swallows Hirundo rustica In The South China Sea by Ng Soon Chye
  6. Migrant Waders In Penang: Aves (Charadriidae and Scolopacidae) by N. P. E. Langham
  7. Nesting Sharp – Tailed Munias, Lonchuria striata, In Northern Province Wellesley, West Malaysia by Michael L. Avery
  8. Short Notes – Dacrydium In Malaya by E. l. H. Corner
  9. Short Notes- Concerning Nepenthes Seedlings by Y. C. Wee
  10. Short Notes – Unusual Branching Of The Frond Of Asplenium nidus by L. W. C. Wee and P. N. Avadhani

Volume 32 (2) December 1978

Editorial :

  1. A Simple Method of Vegetation Analysis by R. D. Hill
  2. The Herbaceous Formation and it Geomorphic Role, East Coast, Peninsula Malaysia by P. P. Wong
  3. Potoxylon, A New Bornean Genus of Lauraceae by A.J.G.H. Kostermans
  4. Ilex micrococca Maxim and I. polyneura (Hand-MZT) Hu (Aquifoliaceae) : New Records for Malaya and Thailand by Ruth Kiew and B. C. Stone
  5. Fruit Development, Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Frangipani (Plumcria L., Apocynaceae) by K. H. Chow and P. D. Tjondronegoro
  6. A Contribution to the Rotifer Fauna of Singapore and Malaysia by Letha Karunakaran and Anne Johnson
  7. Bows, Blowpipes and Blunderbusse : Ecological Implications of Weapons Change Among the Malaysian Negritos by A. Terry Rambo
  8. Notes on the Preferred Landing / Biting Sites of Aedes albopictus (Skuse) in West Malaysia by R. G. Basia, M. S. Chang, C. E. Gajudo and K. V. Menon
  9. Analy is of Pellets from Blue-Tailed and Blue Throated Bee-Eaters in Province Wellesley, Malaysia by Michael L Avery and Norman D. Penny

Volume 32 (3&4) June 1979

Editorial :

  1. Some Notes on Savi’s Pigmy Shrew by G. W. H. Davison
  2. Mixing Depth, Wind Speed and Afr Pollution Potential in the Kuala Lumpur – Petaling Jaya Area Malaysia by Sham Sani
  3. Parasites of Fishes from Sungai Pinang and Sungai Teluk Bahang, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia by Chiang Geok Lian and Leong Tak Seng
  4. Radio-Tracking Tapirs in the Primary Rain Forest of West Malaysia by Keith D. Williams
  5. The Distribution of Liza Subviridis (Valencienncs 1836) in Penang Island by Chan Eng Heng and Chua Thia-Eng
  6. Observations on a Batch of Gekko Stentor Egg by Y. P. Tho and S. Y. Ho
  7. Some Observations on Natural Infections of Transversotrema patialense (Soparkar, 1924) Digenea : Transversotrematidae) in Fish and Snail Hosts from Penang, Malaysia by Christine Betterton
  8. Some Corals from the Pulau Redang Archipelago by Jonathan P. Green, Sue Harris, George Robertson and Deborah Santavy
  9. Notes on Some Corals from the West Coast of Sabah, Malaysia by Anthea Phillipps
  10. Vegetation Recovery from Drought on Mt. Kinabalu by J. M. B. Smith
  11. The Natural Diet of Pila scutata (Mousson, 1848), A Common Malaysian Prosobranch Snail by Margaret D. Palmieri, James R. Palmeiri and John T. Sullivan
  12. Niche Dimension in the Bamboo Mouse, Chiropodomys gliroides (Rodentia; Muridae) by Robert L. Rudd