VOLUME 61 No. 1 December 2015
|Ongoing Trade in Illegally-Sourced Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles Highlights the Need for Legal Reform in Thailand||Vincent Nijman and Chris R. Shepherd|
|Persistence of Primate and Ungulate Communities on Forested Islands in Lake Kenyar in Northern Peninsular Malaysia||Ding Li Yong|
|Morphological Development of Hatchery-Reared Larval and Juvenile Mekong Giant Catfish Pangasianodon gigas||Yushiro Kinoshita, Viseth Hav, Fumihito Akishinonomiya, Yasuhiko Taki and Hiroshi Kohno|
|Tree Trunk Topography Modifies the Webs of Herennia multipuncta (Doleschall, 1859) (Araneae: Nephilidae)||Timothy C. Hawes|
|A Field Guide to the Reptiles of Thailand by Tanya Chan-ard, John W. K. Parr and Jarujin Nabhitabhata.||Tsutomu Hikida|
|A female of the arboricole spider, Herennia multipuncta, camouflaged at its web hub on a tree-trunk, Chonburi Province, Thailand (photo by Timothy C. Hawes). The species is well known for making beautiful ladder webs on tree-trunks. See article by Timothy C. Hawes.|
Note: This issue was printed on 29 December 2015.