25 May 2014

Singapore's biodiversity on the Evolutionary Biology Lab's resources

Thanks to Prof Rudolf Meier for highlighting these fascinating resources on Singapore's biodiversity!
Taxo4254 is a series of species pages on the biodiversity of Singapore. As well as awesome photos of tiny creatures in Sepsidnet and Empidoidea of Singapore Wetlands and Odonate Nymphs of Singapore.


Taxo4254 is a series of species pages on the biodiversity of Singapore. It is a student-driven initiative to document and catalog the biological diversity of Singapore and present it in an easy-to-access manner. I learnt a lot from these pages, packed with photos and information.

There are also awesome photos of tiny critters in Empidoidea of Singapore Wetlands.
Choose any one of the beautiful photos.
Just slide the enlarge bar at the bottom of the photo, and on your screen,  you get an enlarged view of the animal. Amazing!
Odonate Nymphs of Singapore has great photos too with the same feature.
Learn more about Prof Rudolf Meier's Evolutionary Biology Laboratory at the National University of Singapore and the work that they do.


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