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Vol. 52, No. 1, 2004

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Soil Excavation and Landfill: A Significant Problem for Central Thailand?

Ian Grange NHBSS_052_1e_Grange_SoilExcavationA

Research Articles

Breeding System, Post-pollination Growth, and Seed Dispersal in Gastrodia exilis (Orchidaceae).

Henrik A. Pedersen, Santi Watthana, Somran Suddee & Sawitree Sasirat NHBSS_052_1f_Pedersen_BreedingSyst

Vegetation and Diversity of the Ground Flora in a Deciduous Dipterocarp-Oak Forest, Northern Thailand.

W. Sankamethawee & V. Anusarnsunthorn NHBSS_052_1g_Sankamethawee_Vegeta

Translocation of a Captive-raised Leopard Cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) in North Central Thailand.

Lon I. Grassman, Jr., Kitti Kreetiyutanont, Michael E. Tewes & Nova J. Silvy NHBSS_052_1h_Grassman_TranslocationO

Photosynthetic Responses to Light and the Ecological Dominance of Hopea ferrea (Dipterocarpaceae) in a Semi-evergreen Forest of Northeastern Thailand.

Philip W. Rundel, Mark T. Patterson & Kansri Boonpragob NHBSS_052_1i_Rundel_PhotosyntheticRe

Structure and Composition of Mixed-species Insectivorous Bird flocks in Khao Yai National Park.

Somchai Nimnuan, Philip D. Round & George A. Gale NHBSS_052_1j_Nimnuan_StructureAndCom

Mekong River Pangasiidae Catfish Migrations and the Khone Falls Wing Trap Fishery in Southern Laos.

Ian G. Baird, Mark S. Flaherty & Bounpheng Phylavanh NHBSS_052_1k_Baird_MekongRiverPangasii


Crotalaria phyllostachya Gagnep. (Leguminosae, Papilionoideae)–A New Record for the Thai Flora.

J.F. Maxwell NHBSS_052_1l_Maxwell_CrotalariaPhyllo

Hedyotis linoides (Griff.) Kurz (Rubiaceae)–New Record for Thailand.

J.F. Maxwell NHBSS_052_1m_Maxwell_HedyotisLinoide

Foraging of Greater Racket-tailed Drongo (Dicrurus paradiseus) and Lesser Racket-tailed Drongo (D. remifer) in Mixed-species Bird Flocks at Khao Yai National Park.

Supatcharee Dhanasarnpaiboon & Philip D. Round NHBSS_052_1n_Dhanasarnpaiboon_Foraging



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