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Results of a recent bat survey in Upper Myanmar including new records from the Kachin forests
(Museum and Institute of Zoology PAS, 2005)
Recent studies have shown the importance of Myanmar for the conservation of bat diversity. In March–April, 2003, twenty-five localities in Kachin and Shan States and Mandalay and Sagaing Divisions in Upper Myanmar were ...
A new species of Murina (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) from sub-Himalayan forests of northern Myanmar
A new species of Murina of the suilla-type is described from the Hkakabo Razi Landscape, Kachin, Upper Myanmar, an area that is currently being nominated as a World Heritage Site. The new species is a small vespertilionid, ...
The rediscovery of the Common Water Monitor Lizard Varanus salvator (Squamata: Varanidae) in northern Myanmar
(Journal of Threatened Taxa, 2016)
On 09 June 2015, a Common Water Monitor Varanus salvator (Laurenti, 1768) was observed and photographed (Image 1) on the Campus of Banmaw University, Banmaw (Bhamo), Kachin State, Myanmar (24˚ 18' 15" N and 97˚ 15' 52" E). ...
Nonbreeding Bird Communities Along an Urban–Rural Gradient of a Tropical City in Central Myanmar
(Tropical Conservation Science, 2016)
Urbanization is known to be a major driver in abundance and species richness of birds. However, how birds respond to urbanization in tropical cities is understudied in general and entirely absent from Myanmar. We conducted ...
Some recent evidence of the presence of the Critically Endangered Gyps vulture populations in northern Shan State, Myanmar
(Journal of Threatened Taxa Building evidence for conservation globally, 2019)
Presence of the Critically Endangered Gyps vulture populations in northern Shan State, Myanmar. On 27 November 2018, we observed a flock of G. bengalensis, G. tenuirostris, and G. himalayanensis in Man Sant Village, Mong ...
Pilot biodiversity assessment of the Hkakabo Razi passerine avifauna in northern Myanmar – implications for conservation from molecular genetics
(Bird Conservation International, 2019)
The Hkakabo Razi region located in northern Myanmar is an Important Bird Area and part of the Eastern Himalayan Biodiversity Hotspot. Within the framework of the World Heritage Convention to enlist the site under criterion ...