Our Research Interests
Based at the Systematics and Ecology Lab, we study frogs, caecilians and “reptiles” in Sarawak, Borneo, South-east Asia and beyond.
Our research questions extend from community and autecology to taxonomy, systematics and biogeography, and from forest fragmentation and landscape change to ethnobiology.
We frequently partner with local, regional and international research groups, in particular, the Sarawak Forest Department, and count several of their staff as our former as well as current students. For over 14 years, we have collaborated with University of Hamburg, on a project looking at the evolutionary morphology and systematics of anuran amphibians.
See Frogs of Borneo. Frogs and tadpoles of East Malaysia, www.frogsofborneo.org.
Websites - SE Asian Herpetology