Contents

Vol. 42 No.2 April, 2003

IN THIS ISSUE

ORIGINAL PAPERS

   
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY    

Species Diversity of Planktonic and Epiphytic rotifers in the Backwaters of the Delhi Segment of the Yamuna River, with Remarks on New Records from India
pp.239-247

 

J. Arora and N.K. Mehra

Early Life History Traits of Japanese Anchovy in the Northeastern Waters of Taiwan, with Reference to Larval Transport
pp. 248-257

 

C.S. Chen and T.S. Chiu

Morphological Comparison of Ryukyu Mouse Mus caroli (Rodentia: Muridae) Populations from Okinawajima and Taiwan
pp. 258-267

 

M. Motokawa, L.K. Lin and J. Motokawa
TAXONOMY    

Solution to the Taxonomic Confusion Surrounding Caligus epinepheli Yamaguti, a Caligid Copepod (Siphonostomatoida) Parasitic on Marine Fishes
pp. 268-283

 

J.s. Ho and C.L. Lin

A New Pygmy Seahorse, Hippocampus denise (Teleostei: Syngnathidae), from the Indo-Pacific
pp. 284-291

 

S.A. Lourie and J.E. Randall

A New Subspecies of Hawkmoth from Lanyu Island, Taiwan, with a Revised and Annotated Checklist of Taiwanese Sphingidae (Lepidoptera)
pp. 292-306

 

S.H. Yen, I.J. Kitching and C.S. Tzen
SYSTEMATICS    

Preliminary Cladistics and Review of Hemiptarsenus Westwood and Sympiesis Forster (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) in Hungary
pp. 307-335

C.D. Zhu and D.W. Huang
PHYSIOLOGY    

Pharmacological Effects on Calcium Channel Antagonists on Juvenile Hormone Acid Release and Intracellular Calcium Level in the Corpora Allata of Adult Male Mythimna loreyi (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
pp. 336-346

 

Y.C. Hsieh, Y.R. Chen, E.L. Hsu and R. Kou
IMMUNOLOGY    

Immunocytochemistry and Keratinization in the Epidermis of Crocodilians
pp. 346-356 ECOLOGY

 

L. Alibardi
IECOLOGY    

Assessing Avian Point-count Duration and Sample Size Using Species Accumulation Functions
pp. 357-367

 

H.J. Shiu and P.F. Lee

Feeding Habits of the Pantropical Spotted Dolphin, Stenella attenuate, off the Eastern Coast of Taiwan
pp. 368-378

 

M.C. Wang, W.A. Walker, K.T.Shao and L.S. Chou

Skewed Sex Ratio of the Chinese Green Tree Viper, Trimeresurus stejnegeri stejnegeri, at Tsaochiao, Taiwan
pp. 379-385

 

S. Wang, H.C. Lin and M.C. Tu

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