Harvard Biodiversity of Borneo Course 2008

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Location: Niah Cave, Sabah, Malaysia / Activity: Waiting for Bats – Not a Batman!

During the course, I conducted three small projects about Ants, Sea Urchin, and Rattan. Projects were taken place in three different places, respectively, in Lambir Hills National Park, Gaya Island, and Maliau Basin.more...

RATTAN is my focal taxon. Rattans are a diverse group of creepers, climbers, and short-stemmed plants that belong to the larger plant subfamily Lepidocaryoideae, which consists of palms with spiny leaves and scaly fruits.more...


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