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Challenges balancing fisheries resource management and river development in Indonesia
(CSIRO Publishing, 2019-07-18)
Indonesia’s increasing human population will require more food and potable water into the future. Constructing more reservoirs has been deemed a national priority to help meet these basic needs. The number of reservoirs ...
Disentangling the taxonomy of the subfamily Rasborinae (Cypriniformes, Danionidae) in Sundaland using DNA barcodes
(Nature Research, 2020)
Sundaland constitutes one of the largest and most threatened biodiversity hotspots; however, our understanding of its biodiversity is afflicted by knowledge gaps in taxonomy and distribution patterns. The subfamily Rasborinae ...
Assessing temporal patterns and species composition of glass eel (Anguila spp.) cohorts in Sumatra and Java using DNA barcodes
Anguillid eels are widely acknowledged for their ecological and socio-economic value in many countries. Yet, knowledge regarding their biodiversity, distribution and abundance remains superficial—particularly in tropical ...
The complete mitochondrial DNA sequence of Pectenocypris sp. (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae) from Serkap River, Sumatra, Indonesia
(Taylor & Francis Open Access, 2018-01-02)
The whole mitochondrial genome of a small cyprinid freshwater fish Pectenocypris sp. collected from Serkap River, Central Sumatra, Indonesia was sequenced. This mitochondrial genome consisted of 16,589 bp and included 37 ...
A new species of Pectenocypris (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) from peat swamps in Sumatra
(Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung, 2019-10-01)
A new cyprinid species, Pectenocypris rubra, is described from peat swamps from central Sumatra (Indonesia). This species is only known from peat lakes upstream of the river Serkap, a tributary of the Kampar River. ...