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Volume 9 | Number 2 | November 2020
28 November 2020
ISSN: 1800-427X (printed)
eISSN: 1800-427X (online)
133-247 pages + 24 plates

Cover Image: Chocolate pipistrelle (Hypsugo affinis) from Sri Lanka, after 87 years
© G. Edirisinghe
- List of Articles & Contents
1. Editorial: Cladonotus bhaskari: a call for improving ethical standards in taxonomic journals
A.A.T. Amarasinghe, Pp. 133–135 | PDF (120 KB)
2. A new cryptic species of the genus Microhyla (Amphibia: Microhylidae) from Langbian Plateau, Vietnam
N.A. Poyarkov et al., Pp. 136–163 | PDF (2.16 MB)
3. A new cryptic species of bush frog (Amphibia: Anura: Raorchestes) from the Southern Eastern Ghats, India
G.G. Gowande et al., Pp. 164–173 | PDF (1.15 MB)
4. A new species of the Pareas hamptoni complex (Squamata: Serpentes: Pareidae) from the Golden Triangle
Li Ding et al., Pp. 174–193 | PDF (2.21 MB)
5. On the identity of two Fejervarya frog (Dicroglossidae) species from the Andaman and Nicobar Archipelago
S.R. Chandramouli et al., Pp. 194–204 | PDF (1.55 MB)
6. Redescription of Minervarya nicobariensis (Stolizka, 1870) (Amphibia: Dicroglossidae) with a neotype designation
S.R. Chandramouli & K.V. Devi Prasad, Pp. 205–209 | PDF (1.58 MB)
7. An overview of the human–elephant conflict in Tissamaharamaya, Hambantota District, Sri Lanka
M.C.A. Galappaththi et al., Pp. 210–216 | PDF (637 KB)
8. Range extension of a globally endangered Martenstyn’s barb, Systomus martenstyni
O.W. Kotagama et al., Pp. 217–219 | PDF (1.11 MB)
9. Limnonectes macrodon (Duméril & Bibron, 1841) from Bali, Indonesia
P. Sramek & R. Somaweera, Pp. 220–221 | PDF (786 KB)
10. Distribution of two endemic bufonids (Anura: Bufonidae) in the Western Ghats
S.R. Chandramouli, Pp. 222–224 | PDF (731 KB)
11. On a bent-toed gecko (Cyrtodactylus sp.) from south-eastern Bali, Indonesia
M. Mo & E. Mo, Pp. 225–226 | PDF (877 KB)
12. Round-eared tube-nosed bat (Murina cyclotis) from Southwest Sri Lanka
G. Edirisinghe [i]et al[i/]., Pp. 227–231 | PDF (0.98 MB)
13. Lesser large-footed Bat (Myotis hasseltii) from Southwest Sri Lanka
G. Edirisinghe et al., Pp. 232-236 | PDF (1.34 MB)
14. Chocolate pipistrelle (Hypsugo affinis) from Hantana, Sri Lanka, after 87 years
G. Edirisinghe et al., Pp. 237–241 | PDF (1.15 MB)
15. On a gazelle eating a dove at Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
P.L. Madurapperuma & A.A.T. Amarasinghe, Pp. 242–243 | PDF (756 KB)
16. The tallest canopy and the highest carbon stock for a forest stand in Sri Lanka
S.P. Ekanayake & R.H.S.S. Fernando, Pp. 244–247 | PDF (460 KB)