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MNJ 81st Anniversary 2021

Introduction. 2021: An anniversary of anniversaries
Gathorne, Earl of Cranbrook


1. Historical review of Milky Stork population and the species’ conservation in Malaysia
Ahmad Ismail & Faid Rahman
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 5-12.


2. Mangrove conservation for posterity with underpinning scientific ecosystem research
Ong, J.E., Gong, W.K. & Wong, C.H.
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 13-21.


3. Reef Balls Project in Sarawak, Malaysia
Oswald B. Tisen, James Bali & Christopher Kri Ubang
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 23-25.


4. Endangered wild cattle of Malaysia: Past, present and prospects
John Payne, Abdul Hamid Ahmad, Hasliza Abu Hassim, Mohd Zamri Saad, Punimin Abdullah & Zainal Zahari Zainuddin
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 27-34.


5. Krau Game Reserve, Pahang, from 1968-1985 : A personal narrative, and a review of primate research
David J. Chivers
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 35-48.


6. Gibbons (Hylobates funereus) in Sabah, 1950-2050 : A song of resilience
Adi Shabrani, Middle Seen Kapis, Tinrus Tinduk, Zuraimi Rahman, Donna Simon & Glyn Davies
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 49-61.


7. Research on Malaysian small mammals: An overview
Hoi-Sen Yong
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 63-76.


8. A bibliometric analysis of 69 years of publications on Snakes by the Institute for Medical Research, Malaysia, 1950–2019
Heng Pei Pei, Cheong Yoon Ling, Ali Aman Marine, Noraini Osman, Balvinder Singh Gill & Lim Kuang Hock
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 77-83.


9. The expansion of Canopy science from Malaysia to the world: A 50-year phenomenon (1970 to 2020)
Andrew W. Mitchell & Katherine Secoy
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 85-91.


10. Species, Forests, Cities: Protecting and improving tree stands and the fate of species in urbanised and changing environments
K.M. Wong, M. Sugumaran, Y.H. Cheah & S. Suksuwan
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 93-114.


11. Revisiting Ulu Gombak after half a century: Repeat mist-netting programme identifies change in an understory forest bird community
Muhammad Rasul Abdullah Halim, Mohammad Saiful Mansor & Rosli Ramli
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 115-126.


12.Implications of climate change for Malaysian tropical montane bird communities discernible over a 14-year interval
Malcolm C.K. Soh, Carilynne Ng, Chong Leong Puan & Kelvin S.-H. Peh
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 127-136.


13.Collecting moths of Malaysia: The contribution of the Genting Tea Estate Collection
Sofwan Badrud’din & Henry S. Barlow
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 137-156.


14. Troides andromache Staudinger 1892: The Natural History and Conservation of the Kinabalu or Borneo Birdwing butterfly
Stephen Sutton, Corné F.H. van der Linden, Tom M. Fayle, Kalsum M. Yusah, Alim Biun, Arthur Chung, Paul Foronda, Saiheng Taradas & Bart P.J. Burger
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 157-172.


15. A tree alone: ex situ conservation and inbreeding depression studied in a cultivated tropical rainforest tree, Neram (Dipterocarpus oblongifolius)
K.M. Wong, M. Sugumaran & W.L. Goh
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 173-180.


16. Dragonflies and Damselflies: Malaysian Odonata conservation
Jose I. Furtado
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 181-193.


17. Zooarchaeology at Niah Cave: Contributions to our understanding of Southeast Asian Prehistory
Philip J. Piper & Lim Tze Tshen
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 195-208.


18. Cave survey, mapping and modelling in Sarawak
 James Handfield Jones
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 209-222.


19. Sustainable management of Brown-rumped Swiftlets (Aerodramus fuciphagus vestitus) at Lubang Salai, Middle Baram, Sarawak, Malaysia
Lim Chan Koon & Kebing Wan
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 223-236.


20. An urban wildlife experience and potential citizen science project: Migratory Barn Swallow roosts in Peninsular Malaysia
Mohammad Saiful Mansor, Muhammad Rasul Abdullah Halim & Rosli Ramli
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 237-246.


21. Differential fertility and possible causes of sterility among tropical woody bamboos
W.L. Goh & K.M. Wong
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 247-256.


22. Odoardo Beccari Centenary – Revealing Sarawak’s Biodiversity
Katharine Georgina Pearce & Valerie Mashman
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 257-267.


23. To prevent extinction of Endangered Large Mammals: Changing perceptions and practices, 1960-2020, and proposals for a future approach
John Payne
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Malayan Nature Journal, 81st Anniversary Special Issue : 269-281.

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Volume 73(1) MARCH 2021

1.Notes on diet and anthropogenic food consumption of habituated silvered langurs
(Trachypithecus cristatus) at Bukit Melawati, Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia

2. Father-son relationship of Sulawesi babirusa (Babyrousa celebensis)

3.Rafflesia tiomanensis (Rafflesiaceae), a new species from Pulau Tioman, Pahang, Malaysia

4.Studies on Aglaonemateae (Araceae) of Peninsular Malaysia I : Aglaonema cochinchinense Engl.
and A. pumilum Hook. f., two new records for Peninsular Malaysia

5.Notes on the distribution of a rare taxon, Margaritaria indica f. indica (Phyllanthaceae) in Peninsular Malaysia

6. A preliminary checklist of flowering plants in Ma’okil Forest Reserve, Johor, Malaysia

7.Distribution of Corbicula fluminea (Muller, 1774) in Kelantan, Malaysia

8. Barringtonia spicata Blume (Lecythidaceae) resurrected : Evidence from the molecular and morphological data

9. Propagation methods, agronomic practices and fruit production of Durio zibethinus L. in Malaysia: A review

10. Utilization of historic herbarium collections as an indicator of occurrence of Bornean ironwood in Sarawak, Malaysia

11. A revision of genus Vatica L. (Dipterocarpaceae) in Borneo I : Taxa in Sabah and Sarawak

12. Sources of children’s environmental knowledge and their perceptions about the environment

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Volume 73(2) JUNE 2021

1.A preliminary study on the impact of pandemic anthropause on wildlife activities of smooth-coated otters, (Lutrogale perspicillata) at Abbas beach,
Pulau Pinang and the initiation of citizen science in Malaysia

2.  Impact of climate change on dengue incidence in Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

3. Reptile assemblage response to forest degradation in Hulu Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia

4. Assessing perceptions and solutions to human -monkey conflict in the Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia campus, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia

5. Phytogeographic study on Araceae obligate to limestone hill forest in Kelantan, Malaysia

6. Additional contribution of seed plants of Pulau Aur, Mersing, Johor, Malaysia

7. Forest floor vegetation in a forest gap affected by lightning strikes in Bangi Forest Reserve, Selangor,
Malaysia

8. Studies in Malesian Vitaceae XVII. A revision of Tetrastigma (Miq.) Planch. sect. Tetrastigma

9. Musa x putei-gentu, a new natural hybrid of wild banana from Sarawak, Malaysia

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Volume 73(3) SEPTEMBER 2021

Foreword by The President of Malaysian Nature Society

Obituary – Dr.Ong Jin Eong & Balu Perumal

1.Mini preliminary review on the environment status of Kuala Muda, Kedah, Malaysia

2.Ulu Muda Forest Reserve : A systematic literature review of research pertaining to the 160,000 hectare tropical rainforest

3.Morphometric analysis of the main river system in Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Malaysia

4. A preliminary study on Asian elephants’ activity and trails in Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Malaysia

5.Camera trapping study in Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah with a revised list of non-volant mammals

6.Checklist of reptiles in Sungai Muda sub-catchment, Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Malaysia

7.Amphibian diversity of Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Malaysia

8.Fish diversity along streams in Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Malaysia

9.Length-weight relationship and relative condition factor of fishes in the tributaries of Muda Reservoir, Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Peninsular Malaysia

10.Dung beetles of Sira Air Hangat, Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Malaysia

11. The zooplankton community as an ecological indicator in a reservoir at Ulu Muda Forest Reserve,Kedah, Peninsular Malaysia

12. Tree species composition and diversity- at Ulu Muda Forest Reserve, Kedah, Malaysia

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Volume 73(4) DECEMBER 2021

Foreword by The President of Malaysian Nature Society

1.Studies on marine and coastal environment published in the Malayan Nature Journal in the past 10 years : a review

2.Preserving the first nature for sustainable development goals in the Kuala Lumpur extended mega-urban region : The role of urban forest for a liveable city

3.Forestry and Climate Change in Malaysia

4. Species composition and diversity of saplings in Ma’okil Forest Reserve, Muar, Johor, Peninsular Malaysia

5.Assessment of Tanjung Bewah karst at Tasik Kenyir and construction of a framework for High Value Biodiversity Area

6. Stand structure of 1-ha logged over Bornean forest in Universiti Putra Malaysia, Bintulu Campus, Sarawak, Malaysia

7. Checklist of Malaysian benthic marine algae

8. Palms of Malaysia and their conservation

9. A review of species diversity of Rafflesia (Rafflesiaceae) in Malaysia

10.  Studies in Malesian Vitaceae XVI1. Revision of Cayratia sect. Cayratia Suesseng.

11. Revision of Peninsular Malaysian Rinorea Aublet (Violaceae)

12. Diversity and activity pattern of Felidae around Fraser’s Hill, Pahang, Malaysia

13. Genetic differentiation of cryptic species

14.Phylogenetic position of Trachypithecus obscurus obscurus based on D-loop region of mitochondrial DNA in Gunung Ledang, Johor, Malaysia

15. Perception and challenges of PrimaTourism (Primate-based Tourism) in Kota Tinggi, Johor, Malaysia

16. A note on the first record of an albino short-nosed fruit bat (Chiroptera : Pteropodidae) in Malaysia

17. Low diversity of fruit bats in the East Coast islands of Terengganu, Malaysia

18. Ethnoprimatological survey among Semoq Beri (Senoi) in Maran, Pahang, Malaysia

19. Ethnoprimatological survey among Temuans (Proto-Malay) in Gunung Ledang, Johor, Malaysia

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