Natural History Bulletin

of the Siam Society

VOLUME 63     No. 1      October 2018

The Interface Between Forest Science and Policy —A Review of the IUFRO International and Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference, 4‒7 October 2016: Forestry-related Policy and Governance: Analyses in the Environmental Social SciencesStephen ElliottPDF
Where Science Meets Communities: Developing Forest Restoration Approaches for Northern ThailandStephen Elliott, Sutthathorn Chairuangsri, Dia Shannon, Phuttida Nippanon and Ratthaphon AmphonPDF
Unregulated Trade in Land Hermit Crabs in ThailandThanakhom BundhitwongrutPDF
Research articles:
A Small Collection of Thai Mosses Made by J. F. Maxwell at the Herbarium of California Academy of Sciences in United StatesBenito C. Tan and Narin PrintarakulPDF
Contributions to the Flora of Myanmar II: New Records of Eight Woody Species from Tanintharyi Region, Southern MyanmarShuichiro Tagane, Nobuyuki Tanaka, Mu Mu Aung, Akiyo Naiki and Tetsukazu YaharaPDF
Mosses New to VietnamHiroyuki Akiyama, Thien-Tam Luong and Nhat-Lam DinhPDF
Field Records of Turtles, Snakes and Lizards in Myanmar (2009–2017) with Natural History Observations and Notes on Folk Herpetological KnowledgeSteven G. Platt, George R. Zug, Kalyar Platt, Win Ko Ko, Khin Myo Myo, Me Me Soe, Tint Lwin, Myo Min Win, Swann Htet Naing Aung, Nay Win Kyaw, Htun Thu, Kyaw Thu Zaw Wint, Peter Paul van Dijk, Brian D. Horne and Thomas R. RainwaterPDF
Cover photo: A male of Burmese Roofed Turtle (Batagur trivittata) in breeding coloration. The species is endemic to Myanmar and assessed as Critically Endangered by IUCN (photograph by Kalyar Platt). See article by Steven G. Platt et al.PDF

Note: This issue was printed on 25 October 2018.