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Introduction 1-2 JASENKA TOPIC and ZVJEZDANA STANCI( / Extinction of fen and bog plants and their habitats in Croatia 3-13 C. MONY, J.E MONY, G. THItBAUT and S. MULLER / Floristic and ecologi- cal diversity of Ranunculus aquatic habitats in the sub-Atlantic range: implications for conservation 15-32 ZHONGQIANG LI, DAN YU, WEN XIONG, QIANG WANG and MANGHUI TU / Testing the higher-taxon approach: a case study of aquatic marcophytes in China's northwest arid zone and its implica- tions for conservation 33-48 ZHONGQIANG LI, DAN YU, WEN XIONG, DONG WANG and MANGHUI TU / Aquatic plants diversity in arid zones of Northwest China: patterns, threats and conservation 49-76 JELENA BLA2ENCi, BRANKA STEVANOVI(_ ZIVOJIN BLA2ENtIN and VLADIMIR STEVANOVIC / Red Data List of Charophytes in the Balkans 77-89 MIHAI VALCU / Seasonal changes in bird species diversity at the interface between forest and reed-bed 91-99 JEAN-MARC PAILLISSON, SEBASTIEN REEBER, ALEXANDRE CARPEN- TIER and LOIC MARION / Plant-water regime management in a wet- land: consequences for a floating vegetation-nesting bird, whiskered tern Chlidonias hybridus 101-112 SHANE R. DE SOLLA, KIM J. FERNIE, GLENN C. BARRETT and CHRIS- TINE A. BISHOP / Population trends and calling phenology of anuran populations surveyed in Ontario estimated using acoustic surveys 113-129 PAOLA M. PELTZER, RAFAEL C. LAJMANOVICH, ANDRES M. ATTADE- MO and ADOLFO H. BELTZER / Diversity of anurans across agricul- tural ponds in Argentina 131-145 KARTHIKEYAN VASUDEVAN, AJITH KUMAR and RAVI CHELLAM / Species turnover: the case of stream amphibians of rainforests in the Western Ghats, southern India 147-157 A.I. CAMACHO, T. TORRES, C.J. PUCH, J.E. ORTIZ and ANTONIO G. VALDECASAS / Small-scale biogeographical patterns in some ground- water Crustacea, the syncarid, Parabathynellidae. 159-173 THUY T.T. NGUYEN and SENA S DE SILVA / Freshwater finfish biodiversity and conservation: an asian perspective 175-200 FABIO SOLLER DIAS DA SILVA, JOSE ROBERTO MANNA DE DEUS and ALEXANDRE WAGNER SILVA HILSDORF / The upper reached ichthyofauna of the Tiete River, Sao Paulo, Brazil: aspects of their diver- sity and conservation 201-209 UTTAM KUMAR SARKAR, PRASHANT KUMAR DEEPAK, RAJE SINGH NEGI, SHRIPRAKASH SINGH and DHURENDRA KAPOOR / Captive breeding of endangered fish Chitala chitala (Hamilton-Buchanan) for species conservation and sustainable utilization 211-221 KEVIN J. COLLIER and BRIAN J. SMITH / Distinctive invertebrate assem- blages in rockface' seepages enhance lotic biodiversity in northern New Zealand 223-247 IGA LEWIN and ADAM SMOLIP4SKI / Rare, threatened and alien species in the gastropod communities in the clay pit ponds in relation to the environ- mental factors (The Ciechanowska Upland, Central Poland) 249-267 EVA PIP / Littoral mollusc communities and water quality in southern Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada 269-284 DANIEL ER. CLEARY, SUHARSONO and BERT W. HOEKSEMA / Coral diversity across a disturbance gradient in the Pulau Seribu reef complex off Jakarta, Indonesia 285-306 J. MICAEL, J.M.N. AZEVEDO and A.C. COSTA / Biological characterisation of a subtidal tunnel in Sdo Miguel island (Azores) 307-316 CELIA OLABARRIA / Faunal change and bathymetric diversity gradient in deep- sea prosobranchs from Northeastern Atlantic 317-334 MARK HAMANN, CHU THE CUONG, NGUYEN DUY HONG, PHAM THUOC and BUI THI THUHIEN / Distribution and abundance of marine turtles in the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam 335-352 YUSUF KATiLMIS, RASIT URHAN, YAKUP KASKA and EYUP BASKALE / Invertebrate infestation on eggs and hatchlings of the loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta, in Dalaman, Turkey 353-362 JANE FROMONT, MATHEW A. VANDERKLIFT and GARY A. KENDRICK / Marine sponges of the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia: patterns of species distributions, abundance and diversity 363-382 LUCA LUISELLI, GODFREY C. AKANI and EDOARDO POLITANO / Effects of habitat alteration caused by petrochemical activities and oil spills on the habitat use and interspecific relationships among four species of Afrotropical freshwater turtles 383-399