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Volume 22, No. 1, 2017

Nur Atiqah Abd Rahman; Siti Nurul Amirah Md Dujali; Hafizzudin Abdul Rahim; Salmah Yaakop; Ng, Yong Foo; Ting, Jin Sia; Asraf Bakri; Zubaid Akbar.
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Ahmad Bukhary Ahmad Khair; Mohd Fauzi Mohd Muzamil1 , Ruslan Md Yusop; Noor Hisham Hamid; Mohd Yusri Mohd. Naser; Izfa Riza Hazmi1; Abu Hassan Ahmad; Idris Abdul Ghani.
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Sepilok Bulletin 1: 29-41. 6. Didham, R. K., Lawton, J. H., Hammond, P. M. and Eggleton, P. 1998. Trophic structure stability and extinction dynamics of beetles (Coleoptera) in Tropical forest fragments. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B 353: 437–451. 7. Farrow, R. A. 1974. A modified light-trap for obtaining large samples of night-flying locusts and grasshoppers. Australian Journal of Entomology 13(4): 357–360. 8. Fayle, T. M., Turner, E. C., Snaddon, J. L., Chey, V. K., Chung, A. Y. C., Eggleton, P. and Foster, W. A. 2010. Oil palm expansion into rain forest greatly reduces ant biodiversity in canopy, epiphytes, and leaf-litters. Basic and Applied Ecology 11: 337– 345. 9. Fitzherbert, E. B., Struebig, M. J., Morel, A., Danielsen, F., Brühl, C. A., Donald, P. F. and Phalan, B. 2008. How will oil palm expansion affect biodiversity? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23(10): 538–545. 10. Heap, M. A. 1988. The pit-light: a new trap for soil-dwelling insects. J. Aust. Entomol. Soc 27: 239-240. 11. Hébert, C., Jobin, L., Fréchette, M., Pelletier, G., Coulombe, C., Germain, C. and Auger, M. 2000. An efficient pit-light trap to study beetle diversity. Journal of Insect Conservation 4(3): 189–200. 12. Hjältén, J., Stenbacka, F., Pettersson, R. B., Gibb, H., Johansson, T., Danell, K., Ball, J. P. and Hilszczánski, J. 2012. Micro- and macro-habitat associations in saproxylic beetles: implications for biodiversity management. PloS One 7(7): e41100. 13. Hristovski, S., Cvetkovska-Gjorgievska, A. and Mitev, T. 2016. Microhabitats and fragmentation effects on a ground beetle community (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in a mountainous Beech forest landscape. Turkish Journal of Zoology 40: 402-410. 14. Jonason, D., Franzén, M., and Ranius, T. 2014. Surveying Moths Using Light Traps: Effects of Weather and Time of Year. Plos One 9: e92453. 15. Koh, L. P. and Wilcove, D. S. 2008. Is oil palm agriculture really destroying Tropical biodiversity? 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T. Watson. UNEP. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 711 – 822. 23. Mehrabi, Z., Slade, E. M., Solis, A. and Mann, D. J. 2014. The importance of microhabitat for biodiversity sampling. PLoS One 9(12): e114015. 24. Miñarro, M. and Dapena, E. 2003. Effects of groundcover management on ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in an apple orchard. Applied Soil Ecology 23: 111-117. 25. Myers, N., Mittermeier, R. A., Mittermeier, C. G., de Fonseca, G. A. B. and Kent, J. 2000. Biodiversity hotspots for conservation priorities. Nature 403(6772): 853-858. 26. Nadeau, P., Majka, G. C. and Moreau, G. 2015. Short-term response of coleopteran assemblages to thinning-induced differences in dead wood volumes. Forest Ecology and Management 336: 44-51. 27. Nowinszky, L. and Puskás, J. 2012. Light-Trap Catch of the Harmful Moths Depending of Moonlight in North Carolina and Nebraska States of USA. ISRN Zoology DOI: 10.5402/2012/238591. 28. Peck, J. E. 2010. 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P., Clement, R., Wanger, T. C., Hill, J. K., Hamer, K. C., Clough, Y., Tscharntke, T., C. Posa, M. R. and Lee, T. M. 2010. Conserving Southeast Asian forest biodiversity in human-modified landscapes. Biological Conservation 143: 2375-2384. 35. Southwood, T. R. E., Brown, V. K. and Reader, P. M. 1979. The relationship of plant and insect diversities in succession. Biol. J. Linn. Soc 12: 327-348. 36. Stenbacka, F., Hjältén, J., HilszczaƄski, J. and Dynesius, M., 2010. Saproxylic and non-saproxylic beetle assemblages in Boreal Spruce forests of different age and forestry intensity. Ecol. Appl 20: 2310–2321. 37. Triplehorn, C. A. and Johnson, N. F. 2005. Borror and DeLong’s Introduction to the Study of Insects. 7th Edition. United States of America: Thomson Brooks/Cole, pp 864. 38. Turner, E. C. and Foster, W. A. 2009. The impact of forest conversion to oil palm on arthropod abundance and biomass in Sabah. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25: 23 –30. 39. Wermelinger, B., Flückiger, P. F., Obrist, M. K. and Duelli, P. 2007. Horizontal and vertical distribution of saproxylic beetles (Col., Buprestidae, Cerambycidae, Scolytinae) across sections of forest edges. J. Appl. Entomol 131(2): 104 – 114. 40. Yaap, B., Struebig, M. J., Paoli, G. and Koh, L. P. 2010. Mitigating the biodiversity impacts of oil palm development. CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition, and Natural Resources 5: 11. 41. Yue, S., Brodie, J. F., Zipkin, E. F. and Bernard, H. 2015. Oil palm plantations fail to support mammal diversity. Ecological Applications 25(8): 2285-2292.
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Fatin-Elina Kamarulzaman; Dzulhelmi Muhammad Nasir; Nur-Syahirah Mamat; Faszly Rahim; Izfa Riza Hazmi.
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Rozilawati, H; Mohd Masri, S; Tanaselvi, K; Mohd Zahari, T.H; Zairi, J; Nazni, W.A; Lee, H.L.
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Jackson A. Helms, I.V; Sara M. Helms; Nurul Ihsan Fawzi; Tarjudin; Fransiscus Xaverius.
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