Joint field ecology course UBD-University of Otago
Editor’s Choice @Biotropica 47(5): Effect of Logging & Oil Palm on Stream Frogs on Borneo
by Emilio Bruna on February 11, 2016 in Editor’s Choice
Konopik, O., Steffan-Dewenter, I. and Grafe, T. U. (2015), Effects of Logging and Oil Palm Expansion on Stream Frog Communities on Borneo, Southeast Asia. Biotropica, 47: 636–643.
Devoted Dads: Why some male frogs care for their young
Dr Merlin Tuttle and Paula Tuttle from Bat Conservation International visit to take photos of woolly bats. Above: a woolly bat emerging from a Nepenthes hemsleyana pitcher after taking a nap. Please visit for more details: http://www.merlintuttle.com/
Islands in Time: A production of Terra Mater Factual Studios in co-production with National Geographic Channel and NDR Naturfilm/Doclights. Featuring woolly bats and pitcher plants filmed by Paul Reddish on location in Brunei. IWFF – International Wildlife Film Festival 2018 (Montana, USA): Best Environmental Film Episode 02. New York Festivals 2018 (New York, USA): Gold World Medal (Category: Nature & Wildlife)
National Geographic Wild visits my study sites in the rain forest of Ulu Temburong National Park and the peat swamp along Labi Road (click on image).
Frog science in Temburong rainforest (click on image)
Unterwegs im Regenwald: dpa berichtet aus Brunei