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The Pen-tailed Treeshrew, Ptilocercus lowii Gray, 1848, is a small arboreal mammal from Southeast Asia. It is the only extant species of Ptilocercidae and includes two subspecies: P. l. lowii from Borneo and offshore islands, and P. l. continentis from the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, and smaller islands, including the Batu and Mentawai Islands. Intra...
The Large Treeshrew, Tupaia tana Raffles, 1821, is a small mammal (~205 g) from Southeast Asia with a complicated taxonomic history. Currently, 15 subspecies are recognized from Borneo, Sumatra, and smaller islands, and many were originally differentiated based on minor pelage differences and small sample sizes. We explored intraspecific variation...
Although many wide-ranging taxa occur in Madagascar, phylogeographic studies for most of these species are still lacking. This is especially the case for snakes, where of more than 100 endemic species, the population structure of only two species has so far been examined. Here, we examine genetic population structure of one of the most common snake...
Two of the most-studied ecogeographical rules describe patterns of body size variation within species. Bergmann’s rule predicts that individuals have larger body sizes in colder climates (typically at higher latitudes), and the island rule predicts that island populations of small-bodied species average larger in size than their mainland counterpar...
The Lesser Treeshrew, Tupaia minor Günther, 1876, is a small mammal from Southeast Asia with four currently recognized subspecies: T. m. minor from Borneo; T. m. malaccana from the Malay Peninsula; T. m. humeralis from Sumatra; and T. m. sincepis from Singkep Island and Lingga Island. A fifth subspecies, T. m. caedis, was previously synonymized wit...