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Research Interest

I am interested mainly in the field of entomology with research on systematics, taxonomy, biodiversity and ecology of insects. My current research is on the systematics of the genus Pseudololoxops of the subfamily Orthotylinae (Heteroptera: Miridae).

Selected Publications

Hazali, R. and Chasis, G. 2011. Pseudoloxops (Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae) in Australia: First record, new species, and comments on the definiton of the genus. Zootoxa (in review).

Abang, F., W. Marni, N. Fauzi and R. Hazali. 2002. First record of Appias nephele Hewitson (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) for Borneo. The Butterfly Society of Japan - Butterfiles. 31: 57-58.

Ratnawati, H. 2005. Systematic and distribution of the subfamily Chalcophorinae (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) of Sarawak. BSc. Thesis. Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.

M.A. Rahman, L.L. Die, P.H. Fong, J.B. Jowsip, J.J.G. Pandong, R. Hazali and W. Marni. 2004. Diversity and abundance of understorey avifauna. In: Sarawak Bau Limestone Biodiversity (eds. H.S. Yong, F.S.P. Ng and E.E.L. Yen). Sarawak Museum Journal. LIX(80): 243-249.


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