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Murdoch et al. 2019. Six new species of the Cyrtodactylus intermedius complex (Squamata: Gekkonidae) from the Cardamom Mountains and associated highlands of Southeast Asia. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4554.1.1
The boys are back in Burma (Myanmar) in search of “Cyrts” (Cyrtodactylus) for our ongoing research on the landscape genomics of karst adapted geckos in the Salween basin. In an attempt to get over jet lag, we stuffed ourselves with thai food and spent the afternoon doing some sightseeing around the Bogyoke Market, the Strand waterfront, and the Sule Pagoda.
More new species of Geckos from Myanmar! Plenty more to come!
As we start our journey to Thailand and Malaysia for some fieldwork, we all have to go through the delights/hells of travel. Maybe this is just me but sleeping on a plane is never good and is always a pain in the neck (literally). I think Randy (@) would agree!
At least the food on Delta wasn’t bad and with the choice of ice cream for dessert I think they are trying to make a statement.
I guess we are not allowed to stand on the toilets in Japan. Who knew!