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Aug 7, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Motomura, Hiroyuki; Peristiwady, Teguh, 2018, "First Equatorial Records of Neosebastes entaxis and N. longirostris (Scorpaeniformes: Neosebastidae) from Northern Sulawesi, Indonesia",, RIN Dataverse, V2
Catches of two neosebastid fishes (Scorpaeniformes), Neosebastes entaxis Jordan and Starks, 1904 (2 specimens: 143.6–184.9 mm standard length) and N. longirostris Motomura, 2004 (1 specimen: 176.2 mm standard length) from northern Sulawesi, Indonesia, represent the first records...
Aug 7, 2018 - Prosiding Dataverse
Arbi, Ucu Yanu, 2018, "Famili Strombidae (Stromboidea: Gastropoda: Mollusca) Koleksi Pusat Penelitian Oseanografi-LIPI",, RIN Dataverse, V2
Number of specimen collections of mollusks from the Family Strombidae that deposited on Research Center for Oceanography (P2O LIPI). Jakarta are not too much. These specimen coilections were collected from various research and expeditions from various regions in Indonesia. Many p...
Aug 6, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Peristiwady, Teguh, 2018, "First Record of Odontanthias unimaculatus (Tanaka 1917) (Perciformes: Serranidae) from Indonesia",, RIN Dataverse, V1
Seven specimens of O. unimaculatus were collected from Bitung, North Sulawesi between 7 January and 18 August 2009. They were caught from depths of about 100 m in association with other deep water fishes as Epinephelus, Pristipomoides and Etelis. O. unimaculatus was most similar...
Aug 3, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Motomura, Hiroyuki; Peristiwady, Teguh, 2018, "Scorpaena onaria (Scorpaenidae), Previously Considered to Have an Antitropical Distribution, Found in Northern Sulawesi, Indonesia, Western Central Pacific Ocean",, RIN Dataverse, V2
A single specimen (150.0 mm standard length) of the scorpionfish (Scorpaenidae), Scorpaena onaria, was collected off Bitung, northern Sulawesi, Indonesia. The species has previously been known only from East Asia and Australasia and been considered to represent an antitropical di...
Aug 3, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Peristiwady, Teguh; Achmad, Fasmi, 2018, "Second Record of Blue-Nosed Grubfish, Parapercis albogutta (Günther, 1872) (Perciformes: Penguipedidae) from Bitung, North Sulawesi",, RIN Dataverse, V2
A specimens of Blue-nosed Grubfish, Parapercis alboguttata (Günther, 1872) were collected from reef flat of Ron Bolaan, Lembeh Island, North Sulawesi on 21 July 2008. It was caught by hook and line from a depths of about 10 - 20 m. First record of this specimen found in Makassar...
Jul 30, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Prawiradilaga, Dewi Malia; C. Harris, J. Berton; Putra, Dadang Dwi; Gregory, Stephen D.; Brook, Barry W.; Sodhi, Navjot S.; Wei, Dan; Fordham, Damien A., 2018, "Rapid Deforestation Threatens Mid-Elevational Endemic Birds But Climate Change Is Most Important At Higher Elevations",, RIN Dataverse, V2, UNF:6:oAdhlxMfj3nAKCR1IsfHHA== [fileUNF]
Aim: Deforestation and climate change are two of the most serious threats totropical birds. Here, we combine fine-scale climatic and dynamic land covermodels to forecast species vulnerability in rain forest habitats. Location Sulawesi, Indonesia. Methods: We sampled bird communit...
Jul 30, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Widyastuti, Ernawati; Rahayu, Dwi Listyo, 2018, "New Record of Parasesarma Raouli Rahayu and Ng, 2009 (Crustasea: Brachyura: Sesarmidae) from The Riau Archipelago, Indonesia",, RIN Dataverse, V2
A specimen of Parasesarma raouli (Crustacea: Brachyura: Sesarmidae) was collected from the mangrove area of Pulau Berang, Lingga, Riau Archipelago, Indonesia in Oktober 2014. This species previously was known only from Johor strait, Peninsular Malaysia. Its color in life is recor...
Jul 29, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Ng, Peter K. L.; Rahayu, Dwi Listyo, 2018, "Notes on Hexapodidae (Crustacea, Brachyura) from Indonesia and Malaysia, with Description of a New Species of Mariaplax Rahayu & Ng, 2014, from Lombok, Indonesia",, RIN Dataverse, V1
The male of Hexapinus latipes (De Haan, 1835), so far known only from female specimens, is described based on the material reported by De Man (1888) as “Hexapus sexpes”. Material referred to “Hexapus sexpes” by Tesch (1918) is shown instead to belong to Hexapinus simplex Rahayu &...
Jul 29, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Anker, Arthur; Pratama, Idham Sumarto; Firdaus, Muhammad; Rahayu, Dwi Listyo, 2018, "On Some Interesting Marine Decapod Crustaceans (Alpheidae, Laomediidae, Strahlaxiidae) from Lombok, Indonesia",, RIN Dataverse, V1
Several rare or uncommon, mostly infaunal decapod crustaceans are reported from intertidal and shallow subtidal habitats of Lombok, Indonesia. The alpheid shrimps Alpheus angustilineatus Nomura & Anker, 2005, Athanas shawnsmithi Anker, 2011, Jengalpheops rufus Anker & Dworschak,...
Jul 26, 2018 - Artikel Jurnal Dataverse
Purwaningsih, Endang; Mumpuni, 2018, "Parasitic nematodes from turtle: new species and new record from Indonesia",, RIN Dataverse, V2
Objective: To describe the morphological characteristics ofsome species of parasitic nematodes found infreshwater turtlesfrom Sumatera (Amydacartilaginea) and Kalimantan (Notochelysplatynota).Methods: Specimens for light microscopy examination were fixed with warm 70 persen alcoh...
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