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Mohd Ridwan Abd Rahman

MRAR-Edited   Pensyarah

  Mohd Ridwan Abd Rahman
   BSc. Animal Resource Science and Management (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak)
   MSc. Molecular Ecology and Evolution (Universiti Malaysia Sarawak)

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 Penyelidikan :

  1. Phylogeography of dusky fruit bats  Penthetor lucasi in Malaysia.
  2. Activity pattern of short nosed fruit bat Cynopterus brachyotis at Kubah National Park.

Penerbitan:

  1. Isham Azhar, Mohd Ridwan A.R., Licia Ho, Millawati Gani, Sarina Mat Yasin & M.T. Abdullah. 2013. A Note On Bats From Camp 5, Mulu World Heritage Area, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Malayan Nature Journal, 64(4), 169-184.
  2. Mohd Ridwan A.R. 2012. Phylogeography of Dusky Fruit Bat (Penthetor lucasi) in Malaysia: On species diversity, morphological and genetics perpectives. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbucken, Germany. ISBN No: 978-3-8473-3468-2.
  3. Mohd Ridwan A.R. & Abdullah, M.T. 2012. Population genetics of the cave-dwelling dusky fruit bat, Penthetor lucasi, based on four populations in Malaysia. Journal of Tropical Agriculture Science. 35(3): 459-484 SCOPUS index.
  4. Mohd Ridwan Abd Rahman, Roberta Chaya Tawie Tingga, Noor Haliza Hasan, Mohd Isham Azhar & Abdullah, M.T. 2011. Bats of Wind Cave Nature Reserve, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Tropical Natural History 11(2): 159-175. Google Scholar.
  5. Abd Rahman, M. R, Anang S. Achmadi, Roberta Chaya Tawie, and Noor Haliza Hasan. 2010. A new distributional record of the rare bat Coelops robinsoni from Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Journal of Tropical Biodiversity Conservation 7:87-92. Google Scholar.
  6. Abd Rahman, M. R and Abdullah, M.T. 2010. Morphological variation of dusky fruit bat, Penthetor lucasi in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.  Tropical Natural History 10(2):141-158. Google Scholar.
  7. Abd Rahman, M. R, Roberta Chaya T. Tingga, Noor Haliza Hasan, Sigit Wiantoro, Anang Setiawan Achmadi, Eileen Lit, Besar Ketol, Huzal Irwan Husin & M.T. Abdullah. Diversity of bats in two protected limestone areas in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Sarawak Museum Journal. 88; 209-243. SCOPUS index.

Jabatan Biologi

MII-Edited-1  MRAR-Edited-1 MRO-Edited-1  RD-Edited-1 RCTT-Edited-1   CSG-Edited-1 MAM-Edited-1   MFMB-Edited1