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MNJ Volume 37 (1983 – 1984)

Volume 37 (1&2) August/October 1983

The Moths of Borneo: Family Notodontidae by J.D. Holloway

  1. Family characteristics
  2. Economic importance
  3. Host-plant relationships
  4. Zoogeography
  5. Status changes and revivals
  6. Tarsolepis Butler
  7. Dudusa Walker
  8. Gargetta Walker
  9. Stictogargetta Kiriakoff
  10. Porsica Walker
  11. Phycidopsis Hampson
  12. Brykia Gaede
  13. Besida Walker
  14. Archigargetta Kiriakoff
  15. Blakeia Kiriakoff
  16. Gangarides Moore
  17. Euhampsonia Dyar
  18. Cerasana Walker
  19. Phalera Hubner

Volume 37 (3) February 1984


  1. A new species of sticky frog (Kalophrynus palmatissimus n. sp.) from Peninsular Malaysia by Kiew Bong Heang
  2. Rana malesiana, a new frog from the Sunda Region by Kiew Bong Heang
  3. A new species of burrowing frog (Calluella flava sp. nov.) from Borneo by Kiew Bong Heang
  4. A new freshwater crab, Stoliczia (Johora) tiomanensis n. sp. (Decapoda: Brachyura: Potamidae) from Pulau Tioman, Peninsular Malaysia by Peter K.L. Ng and Leo W.H. Tan
  5. Fur mites of the family Myobiidae (Acari: Prostigmata) parasitic on bats in Peninsular Malaysia by A. Fain, M. Nadchatram and F.S. Lukoschus
  6. Additions to the Malayan flora. IX. New and noteworthy species, wild and introduced, in Peninsular Malaysia and Sarawak by Benjamin C. Stone
  7. A new endemic species of Ilex (Aquifoliaceae) from Gunung Ulu Kali, Pahang, Peninsular Malaysia by Benjamin C. Stone and Ruth Kiew
  8. Elemental content of litterfall in a Lower Montane Rain forest in Central Java, Indonesia by L.A. Bruijnzeel (Swami Prem Sampurno)
  9. Obituary by Henry S. Barlow

Volume 37 (4) May 1984


  1. New records of Peninsular Malaysian and Thai shrews by G. W.H. Davison
  2. A synopsis of Anerincleistus Korth. and Oxyspora DC. (Oxysporcae, llklastomataccae) in the Malay Peninsula by J. F. Maxwell
  3. Demodex intermedius sp. nov. (Acarina: Prostigmata: Demodicidac) from the Meibomian glands of the tree­shrew Tupaia glis (Mammalia: Scandentia) by F. S. Lulwschus, L. J. A. M. Mertens, W.B. Nutting and M. Nadchatram
  4. Activity cycles of the house geckos, Cosymbotus platyurus and Hemidactylus frenatus by L.M. Chou and C.F. Leong