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A study was conducted on the population and behaviour of long-tailed macaque, Macaca fascicularis and southern pigtailed macaque, M. nemestrina in Paya Bakau Park, Perak, Malaysia. Direct field observations were taken for 20 nonconsecutive days between October and December 2016. One-hour...

Author(s)
Dzulhelmi, M. N.; Suriyanti, S.; Manickam, S.
Publisher
Pakistan Agricultural Scientists Forum, Lahore, Pakistan
Citation
JAPS, Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences, 2019, 29, 2, pp 611-618
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The study was conducted at the Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre (OURC) in Sabah and the Wildlife Centre (WC) in Sarawak with a population of 43 and 10 orangutans respectively. The result showed that both semi-captive and free-ranging orangutans spent 30.7% of their daytime climbing, 28.4% swinging, ...

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Salina, A. B.; Salim, N. B.; Rasedee, A.; Senthilvel, K. S. S. N.
Citation
Animal health: a breakpoint in economic development? The 11th International Conference of the Association of Institutions for Tropical Veterinary Medicine and 16th Veterinary Association Malaysia Congress, 23-27 August 2004, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 2004, pp 378-380
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Apis dorsata colonies often form dense aggregations, with over 100 colonies sometimes seen in the same tree. Reasons for these aggregations are unknown, but one reasonable hypothesis is that colonies form a related family group. Microsatellite genotype analysis of 7 adjacent colonies sampled from a ...

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Oldroyd, B. P.; Osborne, K. E.; Mardan, M.
Citation
Insectes Sociaux, 2000, 47, 1, pp 94-95
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In Kinabalu National Park, Borneo, the authors observed 4 colonies of C. gigas in a primary forest (in Ranau District, Sabah). These predominantly nocturnal ants have underground nests, but forage in huge 3-dimensional territories in the rain forest canopies. The colony on which the authors' study...

Author(s)
Pfeiffer, M.; Linsenmair, K. E.
Citation
Oecologia, 1998, 117, 4, pp 579-590
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Longipeditermes longipes, studied in Malaysia during 1996, were found to forage on the open ground on leaf litter. Its monomorphic workers carry back food balls in their mandibles while dimorphic soldiers defensively surround the marching columns and the foraging patches. When mechanically...

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Miura, T.; Matsumoto, T.
Citation
Journal of Insect Behavior, 1998, 11, 2, pp 179-189
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A small cluster of L. vechti nests was studied at the Pasoh Nature Reserve in Malaysia. Nests were built on the underside of the corrugated zinc roof of an open shed. They lacked a petiole and an envelope, were made of pulp, and were directly attached to the substrate without a layer of pulp along...

Author(s)
Miyano, S.
Citation
Japanese Journal of Entomology, 1995, 63, 3, pp 641-648
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The reproductive system of Diacamma sp. from Malaysia is described. Intact colonies have no queens; instead, one mated worker (gamergate) reproduces, and all other individuals are mutilated, mostly by already mutilated workers. Juvenile hormone was not detectable in gamergates and alpha-workers...

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Sommer, K.; Hölldobler, B.; Rembold, H.
Citation
Ethology, 1993, 94, 2, pp 162-170

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