1. Conducting rapid biology-based assessments using local ecological knowledge
Ian G. Baird

2. Foraging activity patterns of frugivorous or omnivorous animals on the forest floor of a tropical seasonal forest in thailand, with reference to seasonal changes
Shunsuke Suzuki, Shumpei Kitamura, Masahiro Kon, Pilai Poonswad, Phitaya Chuailua, Kamol Plongmai, Takakazu Yumoto, Naohiko Noma, Tamaki Maruhashi & Prawat Wohandee

3. Small mammals around a karen village in northern mae hong son province, thailand- abundance, distribution and human consumption
Nattha Wattanaratchakit & Sompoad Srikosamatara

4. Two pantropical fungi, lycogalopsis solmsii and morganella fuliginea , new to thai mycobiota
Taiga Kasuya, Souwalak Phongpaichit & Yaowaluk Dissara

5. Bark thickness and the influence of forest fire on tree population structures in a seasonal evergreen tropical forest
Patrick J. Baker & Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin

6. Hog deer (axis porcinus) confirmed in the wild in eastern cambodia
Andrew Maxwell, Chea Nareth, Duong Kong, Robert Timmins & J.W. Duckworth

7. Saving a forest- the composition and structure of a deciduous forest under community management in northeast thailand
Enamul Kabir & Edward L. Webb

8. Rediscovery of glyphis gangeticus- debunking the mythology of the supposed gangetic freshwater shark
Tyson R. Roberts

9. A new record for the speartooth carcharhinid shark glyphis glyphis from pulo condor, south china sea
Tyson R. Roberts

10. Makararaja chindwinensis, a new genus and species of freshwater dasyatid pastinachine stingray from upper myanmar
Tyson R. Roberts

11. Record of phrynichus orientalis from khao chamao-khao wong national park, southeast thailand
Apisit Thipaksorn & Sataporn Wanthanawijarn

12. Two southeast asian species of the cyprinid fish genus labeo, l. erythropterus and l. pierrei
Tyson R. Roberts

13. How to plant a forest- the principles and practice of restoring tropical forests
Dietrich Schmidt-Vogt