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Tue 16 May 2006

Tohru Naruse, post-doc with the the Systematics and Ecology Laboratory

Category : people

Dr Tohru Naruse is currently carrying out post-doctoral research at the RMBR on various groups of brachyuran crabs in collaboration with Prof Peter Ng and Dr Darren Yeo.

He specialises in taxonomy of decapod crustaceans and obtained his PhD from the University of Ryukyus in 2004 on work on the taxonomy of true freshwater crabs of the Ryukyus Islands.

Tohru, an old friend of the Systematics and Ecology Laboratory of the Department of Biological Sciences (Biodiversity Research Group) and a hardy field worker, joined us as a post-doctoral researcher from the beginning of April 2006.

He will working mainly with Darren Yeo on the systematics and taxonomy of freshwater crabs from Vietnam and parts of China (Yunnan and Jiangxi). In addition, he will also be working with Peter Ng on several other projects on the taxonomy of brackish water and marine crabs.

- By Darren Yeo

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