Ecology of Nusa Tenggara: Vol V

The Ecology of Nusa Tenggara and Maluku
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In coastal area lived a population of Pandanus tectorius. There were three new record plants found. The first was epiphytic orchid: Pteroceras javanica , the second was the epiphytic plant: Hoya verticillata and wild tuber plant: Tacca leontopetaloides. Periplus Edition, Singa-pore.

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Journal of Pharmacy Research 6 : National Herbarium of the Netherlands, Utrecht. Journal of Applied Pharma-ceutical Science 2 1 : Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

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Pharmacol-ogyonline 1: Prosiding Seminar Biologi 10 2 : 1—5. Journal of Biogeography Blumea Dung NT, Webb EL Combining local ecological knowledge and quantitative forest surveys to select indica-tor species for forest condition monitoring in central Vi-etnam. Ecological Indicators 8: — Journal of Indo-nesian Tourism and Development Studies 4 3 : 97— Biodiversitas 17 2 : — Australian Journal of Crop Science 7 1 : Agrivita 37 2 : 97— Lasianthera 1: Furthermore, two-thirds of the Indonesian landsnail species are only known from their shells and are presently grouped into families and genera according to external shell morphology alone Vermeulen, , thus present information related to anatomical investigations are too few for creditable comparisons to be made.

Moreover, the shell characteristics of the new species being described here are quite peculiar and a description based on this should suffice. Material examined.

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John Abbas, September Whorls 6. Tip of apex faintly pinkish-brown, some individuals with a brown-black spot. No distinct dark axial bands marking interruptions in shell development resting stages were present in all examined specimens.

Parietal wall thin and transparent, aperture light yellow to brown, outer lip thin, slightly expanded outwardly but not reflected. Columella white, thin, slightly curved, without folds. Umbilicus perforated or nearly closed. Ground colour light yellow Figs. This suggests an affinity to humidity and according to Monk et al. John Abbas, the naturalist who alerted the authors about its potential novelty status. However, this new species lacked the callous nodule see Pilsbry, typical of A. The radial band and pattern are consistent in most of the specimens examined but some are only faintly marked and others, rather monotonous.

These bands and patterns, and the general light brown ground colour forms are reminiscent of that in A. Because of their morphological similarities, the Amphidromus Syndromics species of Sumba, as well as Sumbawa and Flores and possibly Bali are suggested to have been derived from ancestral stocks of Javanese A.

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Other than the type location, separate populations of Amphidromus Syndromus abbasi new species have not been found and the species could possibly be endemic. However, a conservative approach is adopted here until further investigative work coupled with corroborative anatomical studies warrants description of a new subgenus. Special thanks goes to Mrs. Ristiyanti M. Marwoto for letting Mr. The authors are very grateful to John for all the important comparative specimens sent for this study and good descriptions of Sumba.

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We would also like to thank an anonymous reviewer for suggestions on how to improve this paper. Compendium of Landshells. American Malacologists, Inc. Non-Marine Mollusca of Sumba.

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Email: dbstsk nus. Search Within These Results:. Wilson, C, J. Island biogeography: ecology, evolution, and conservation. Journal of Pharmacy Research 6 : Zoologische Verhandelingen Leiden They are flourish because the ecological con- dition is optimal for plant growth.

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Penerapan sistem pakar dalam perancangan program identifikasi jenis siput- pohon Amphidromus di Indonesia. Part 1. Berita Solaris, 11 2 : Dumrongrojwattana, P. Senapin Identification of 7 Thai arboreal snails genus Amphidromus Alber, by using morphometries technique Pulmonata: Camaenidae. Kasetsart University, Bangkok.

Goldberg, R. Severns Isolation and evolution of the Amphidromus in Nusa Tenggara. American Conchologist, 25 2 : Laidlaw, F.

The land snail Genus Amphidromus. A synoptic catalogue. Fieldiana: Zoology, 41 4 : Monk, K. Reksodiharjo-Lilley The Ecology of Nusa Tenggara and Maluku.