F.A.Q
References

1. Who is contributing to the references and data in the MyBIS system?
Individuals involved are experts and research officers from various Government Organizations (GO), Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), Research Institutes and Universities.

2. What are the types of publications contained in this web site?
Publications contained in this website includes abstract, checklists, books, magazines / bulletins, newsletters, discussion, journals, articles and reports.

3. What is the source of references used in the system MyBIS?
References used in this system is based on the results of the researched and published books, journals, articles that are trusted and thus provides reliable informations.

4. If I want to ask a question about a particular species, what should I do?
You can visit the website at www.mybis.gov.my > 1. Click References > 2. Click Experts.

You can see a list of experts from various organizations. Select the name of expert that you want to ask according to their expertise. Click the 'Ask' button on the right side, then send your questions.

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