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Daily Activity: Shop till Late Night at Jusco <b>Bukit Raja</b>, Klang <b>...</b>
Posted: 08 Sep 2011 05:09 AM PDT
On 19th Feb after we got home from our pit stop Ko Skin Specialist, Denise's family came straight from Kedah to check on her. That was the first time I met her dad, Uncle Desmond and her mom, Aunt Ann and her sisters, Deidre and Diane.
Shop till Late Night at Jusco Bukit Raja, Klang
We went to a food court where everything was there from western to mamak-style cooking to suit everyone's taste buds. I had Sweet and Sour Fish. Uncle Desmond paid for the bill. Thanks uncle!
Shop till Late Night at Jusco Bukit Raja- Home at 11pm!
Shop till Late Night at Jusco Bukit Raja- Dinner with Nestle!
Here's Denise, doing the bed. I was doing something else. =)
Had a really quick dinner with Nestle Fitnesse Honey and Almonds and Nestle Bliss Low Fat Yogurt Drink Mango flavor. =)
Delicious! It taste's really delicious and of course, healthy!
And that's her look of omg-I'm-so-glad-it's-done-and-now-all-I-do-now-is-take-off-my-make-up-and-hit-the-bed look. xD
A new Ingerana (Anura, Dicroglossidae) with no external tympanum <b>...</b>
Posted: 08 Sep 2011 08:17 PM PDT
9 September 2011
Please be informed of this newly published journal article by RMBR research associate Assistant Professor David Bickford in the Raffles Bulletin of Zoology.
Assistant Professor David Bickford
Iskandar, D. T., D. P. Bickford, U. Arifin (2011) A new Ingerana (Anura, Dicroglossidae) with no external tympanum from Borneo, Indonesia. The Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 59(2): 213-218.
Its abstract as follows:
Ingerana rajae, new species, is found in Bukit Baka-Bukit Raja National Park, West Kalimantan, Borneo, and is characterised by its large size, dorsum covered with tubercles, no clear distinction of the dorsolateral area, tympanum completely concealed under skin, and fi ngers and toes ornamented with widely enlarged tips with a circum-marginal groove. Toes are completely webbed to the base of enlarged tips, except for the outer side of penultimate phalanx of the fourth toe, which is essentially free from webbing. The species is contrasted with other members of the genus and some taxonomic confusion is discussed and clarified.
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