Recent Submissions

  • Observations biologiques sur les Stomatopodes

    Serene, Raoul (Institut Océanographique de Nhatrang (Viet-Nam)Vietnam, 1954)
    The present study deals with a systemic revision of Stomatopods belonging to the collection of the Institut Oceanographique de Nhatrang (Vietnam).
  • Nudibranches du Viet-Nam

    Risbec, Jean (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1956)
    This study deals with detailed descriptions of nudibranchs belonging to the collection of the Oceanographic Institute of Vietnam.
  • Les hapalocarcinidés du Viet-Nam

    Fize, Antoinette; Serene, Raoul (Institut Océanographique de NhatrangHai Hoc Vien, Nhatrang, 1942)
    Serene (1936) and Dawydoff (1952) reported several species of Hapalocarcinids on Indochina corals. This study does not aim to a revision of known species, but a preparatory work for next revisions. A great part of their work was dedicated to the description of species; two preliminary notes had already described 12 new species. This work interested 22 species, 6 already known, 12 already described briefly and 4 new.
  • Les batraciens de l'Indochine

    Bourret, René (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineHanoi, 1942)
    This study on batrachians follows two previous works on Indochinese fauna, "Snakes of Indochina" and "Marine turtles of Indochina" by the same author. Hand drawings with all relevant details of every species have been included.
  • La pêche dans le eaux douces du Cambodge

    Chevey, P.; Le Poulain, F. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1940)
    The importance of water in Cambodia's economy has always greatly impressed scientists and their work. This trend is spread over a period of more than 70 years. There were three distinct phases in the history of fishing and fish research in Cambodia. The phase of isolated workers (1865-1923), the phase of the first gathered researches, corresponding to the beginning of the work of the Oceanographic Institute of Indochina (1923-1936), and finally close cooperation phase between the Institute Oceanographic and Protectorate, inaugurated in 1936. The purpose of this 5th Memoire is exposing the knowledge on fishing activities in Cambodia in 1936.
  • Oiseaux des Iles Paracels

    Delacour, J.; Jabouille, P. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1930)
    A survey on birds living on the Paracels Islands has been carried out by the two authors in 1926. During a research cruise, they visited some of the 36 islands composing the Paracels archipelago and list three bird families (Laridés, Stéganopodés, Zostéropidés) and their sub-families.
  • La forme des récifs coralliens et le régime des vents alternants

    Krempf, A. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1927)
    This paper deals with the development of crescent-shaped reefs in the China Sea under control of northwest and southeast monsoon winds alternating in direction seasonally. The transport of sediment derived from windward side to leeward around reef ends has been studied. A description of the analogy of these large structures with individual coral colonies developing in similar manner under current action as micro atolls has given.
  • Zoanthaires du Viet-Nam

    Pax, Ferdinand; Müller, Ingeborg (1954)
    The present note deals with a description of Zoanthids found on the coast of Vietnam.
  • Les pagures du Vietnam

    Fize, Antoinette; Serene, Raoul (Hai Hoc Vien, Institut Océanographique de NhatrangNhatrang, 1955)
    The main purpose of the Oceanographic Institute of Nhatrang aimed to make an inventory of the marine fauna of Vietnam in order to increase the collection kept at the National Museum. The present note deals with detailed descriptions 32 species of hermit crabs belonging to the family of Paguridae collected on the Vietnamese coasts.
  • Résultats des pêches planctoniques effectuées par l'Institut Océanographique de l'Indochine a Nhatrang: période 1938-1942

    Serene, Raoul (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1948)
    Studies on plankton have been conducted by the Oceanographic Institute of Indochina since 1926. The present note gives the results obtained during fishing activities from 1938 to 1942.
  • Rapport sur le fonctionnement de l'Institut Océanographique de l'Indochine pendant l'années 1938-1947

    DChevey, P.; Serene, Raoul (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1948)
    The present note deals with the functions and activities done by the Institute of oceanography of Indochina during 1938-1947.
  • Les tortues de l'Indochine avec une note sur la pêche et l'elevage des tortues de mer par F. Le Poulain

    Bourret, René (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1941)
    The present note contains over 230 pages with black and white illustrations. It deals with the morphology of turtles and a description of more than 40 species, providing notes on habitat and distribution. It contains a note on sea turtles in the Gulf of Siam by F. Le Poulain.
  • Étude morphologique comparative du sang de quelques poissons marins: la phagocytose des substance inertes

    Durand, J. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1942)
    Morphological studies on fish blood have been undertaken by many authors. The species used for the present study are: Arius thalassimus, Diploprion bifasciatum, Epinephelus maculatus, Lutjanus chrysotaenia, Lutjanus sanguineus, Scolopsis dubiosus, Plectorhynchus lineatus, Pomacanthus semicirculatus, Platax orbicularis, Amphiprion polylepis, Pseudoscarus nuchipunctatus, Seriola nigrofasciata, Pseudorhombus neglectus, Cynoglossus bilineatus, Acanthurus strigosus, Balistes stellatus.
  • Sipunculiens d'Indochine

    Leroy, Pierre (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1942)
    This note reports upon the eighteen species of sipunculans from the coast of the Gulf of Tonkin. Detailed descriptions of Physcosoma albolineatum, Physcosoma scolops, Physcosoma nigrescens, Physcosoma pacificum, Physcosoma lurco, Physcosoma pelma, Siphonosoma cumanense, Siphonosoma australense, Sipunculus nudus, Sipunculus discrepans, Sipunculus robustus, Sipunculus phalloïdes, Aspidosiphon aspergillum, Aspidosiphon steenstrupii, Aspidosiphon exilis., Lilhacrosiphon, Dendrostoma Signifer are given.
  • La graisse de Cá linh banh (Thynnichthys thynnoides Bleeker): étude physico-chimique

    Marcelet, H. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1940)
    The Cá linh banh, Thynnichthys thynnoides, is a very common small cyprinid in Cambodia. The material studied in this note was collected during a research cruise of "De Lanessan" vessel of the Oceanographic Institute of Indochina in December 1925. The technical operations have been exposed by the author. This study is part of the previous note by Mr. Marcelet on fish oil.
  • La Coopérative des Pêcheries d'eau douce du Cambodge

    Le Poulain, F. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1942)
    Thanks to the initiative of the Superior Residence of Cambodia and the General Government, a fishery cooperative was founded in late December 1940 in Phnom Penh to ensure proper packaging and direct selling of dry fish. The Cooperative received and treated 10,000 tons of fish. In 1942, the Cooperative directed its efforts towards the Indochinese market and it obtained satisfactory results.
  • Notes sur quelques poissons d'espèces nouvelles ou peu connues des eaux douces Cambodgiennes

    Durand, J. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1940)
    The ichtyological research, conducted in Cambodia from 1938 to 1939 by the Oceanographic Institute, has greatly enriched the Indochinese freshwater wildlife inventory. 40 new species for Indochina were harvested. They have been divided into 12 families and 30 genera, 12 new species for Indochina. The 7 completly unknown species described in this note are: Clupea (Alosa) Thibaudeaui, Xenocheilichthys Loppei, Cosmochilus Pellegrini, Kryptopterus Cheveyi, Pangasius altifrons, Cybium cambodgiensis, Synaptura krempfi.
  • Rapport sur le fonctionnement de l'Institut Océanographique de l'Indochine pendant l'année 1937-1938

    Chevey, P. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1939)
    The present note deals with the functions and activities carried out by the Institute of oceanography of Indochina during 1937-1938
  • Rapport sur le fonctionnement de l'Institut Océanographique de l'Indochine pendant l'année 1936-1937

    Serene, Raoul; Chevey, P. (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1938)
    The present note deals with the functions and activities carried out by the Institute of oceanography of Indochina during 1936-1937
  • Larves et alevins des poissons du Mékong et du Tonlé-Sap (1. Acanthoptériygiens et Ostariophysaires)

    Chevey, P.; Lê, Vӑn Phú (Gouvernement Général de l'IndochineSaigon, 1930)
    The present note deals with a detailed description of larvae and fish fry of species caught in the Mekong River and the Tonlé Sap (Great Lake), one of the world’s most varied and productive ecosystems. In this first part, Acanthopterygii and Ostariophysi have been studied.

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