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Mon 30 May 2005

Live from the Panglao Expedition 2005!

Category : research

The Pangalo expedition 2005 currently underway is organsed by Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Research, PHP, MNHN and RMBR. The previous expedition uncovered hundreds of new records and new species of crustacea.

These photos were sent by Joelle Lai, via her handphone (MMS) from the expedition boat in The Philippines. For the larger images, please see this Panglao 2005 album

For news about the Panglao 2004 expedition, see earlier reports in Raffles Museum News.

L-R: Peter Ng (Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Museum, Singapore (RMBR), Simon Tillier (Museum national d'Histoire naturelle, France (MNHN)) & Betrand Richer de Forges (Institut de la recherche pour le developpement (IRD), New Caledonia).

L-R: RMBR staff on the expedition, Tan Swee Hee, Peter Ng and Joelle Lai.


The nitty gritty of expedition work - dredging, sorting, identification, preservation! Photos include CW Lin (Taiwan) and Yuri Kantor (Russia).

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