Thomas Ziegler, Wolfgang Böhme and Andreas Schmitz, have recently published a paper on Varanus rainerguentheri, a newly described species of the Varanus indicus Complex, found in Halmahera. The reference is:
Ziegler, T., W. Böhme, and A. Schmitz. 2007. A new species of the Varanus indicus group (Squamata, Varanidae) from Halmahera Island, Moluccas: Morphological and molecular evidence. Mitt. Mus. Nat.kd Berlin, Zool. Reihe 83 (2007) Supplement, 109-119.
For those that are not familiar with the Varanus indicus group, this might appear as Varanus indicus, but closer examination of morphological features, along with coloration of body, tongue and pattern distinguish it from it by looking at it. There is also DNA evidence, but this evidence is not so clearly shown in the paper, but should be able to be seen by comparisons with the other species of the group.
Here is the abstract:
Varanus rainerguentheri Abstract