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Volume 16.2 Autumn/Winter 2006

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Editorial ... 2

Bayt Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamdan al-Sharqi, al-Hayl, Fujairah, U.A.E. ... 3-16
  by Michele C. Ziolkowski & Abdullah Suhail al-Sharqi

Intertidal Molluscs in UAE Lagoons ... 17-23
  by Gary R. Feulner & Richard J. Hornby

Diptera of the UAE - collated records from the literature with additions of new records, accompanied by some notes on Mydidae and Stratiomyidae new to the UAE ... 24-29
  by Brigitte Howarth

Cutandia dichotoma (Forssk.) Trabut, a remarkable new species of annual grass for the UAE ... 30-31
  by Gary Brown, Simon Aspinall & Drew Gardner

Occurrence of the large mangrove mud creeper Terebralia palustris (Linnaeus, 1767) (Gastropoda; Potamididae) within the Arabian Gulf, at and near Qeshm Island, Iran, in the Strait of Hormuz ... 32
  by Gary R. Feulner

More Terebralia palustris near Abu Dhabi ... 33
  by Peter Hellyer & Simon Aspinall

Goby Gone for Good ... 34
  by Gary R. Feulner

News, Reviews and Bibliography ... 35 - 40

  • TRIBULUS on line
  • Erratum
  • Short Notes
    • Arabian Oryx re-introduction (Source: EAD Press Release)
    • RAKBANK sponsors Ra's al Khaimah nature reserve study (Source: EPIDC, Ra's al-Khaimah)
    • Dugongs seen off Dubai (Source: The Gazelle)
    • Launch of new ornithological journal - Podoces. (Simon Aspinall)
    • Coleoptera
  • Book Reviews
    • Funeral Monuments and Human Remains from Jebel al- Buhais. The Archaeology of Jebel Al-Buhais, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, Vol.1. Hans-Peter Uerpmann, Margarethe Uerpmann and Sabah Abboud Jasim (eds.), 2006. Department of Culture & Information, Government of Sharjah, UAE, Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte und Archäologie des Mittelalters Universität Tübingen, Germany, and Kerns Verlag, Tübingen. 385 pages. Hardback. ISBN: 3-935751-06-0 (by Mark Beech)
    • A. van Harten (2005). Insects of the UAE: A Checklist of Published Records. Dar Al Ummah, Abu Dhabi (by Brigitte Howarth)
    • Discovering Qatar by Frances Gillespie 2006. Softback, 148 pp. with photographs on every page. (by Simon Aspinall)
  • Publications
  • Articles & Papers (compiled by Mark Beech and Peter Hellyer)
  • Other Papers
  • Conferences

Cover Illustrations:
Front: A Truxalis procera Klug, photographed in the desert near Lihbab.
  Picture by Simon Aspinall
Back: Acacia tortilis and Euphorbia larica near Masafi.
  Picture by Simon Aspinall.

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Patron: H.E. Sheikh Nahayan bin Mubarak Al Nahayan