3 edition of Ecology and biogeography of Odonata with special reference to Indian fauna found in the catalog.
Ecology and biogeography of Odonata with special reference to Indian fauna
Tridib Ranjan Mitra
Includes bibliographical references (p. 35-41).
|Statement||Tridib Ranjan Mitra ; edited by the Director, Zoological Survey of India.|
|Series||Records of the Zoological Survey of India ;, occasional paper no. 202|
|Contributions||Zoological Survey of India.|
|LC Classifications||QL520.25.I4 M57 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||2003325306|
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MITRA: Ecology and biogeography of Odonala with special reference 10 Indian Fauna 5 Zygoptera. In the Mesozoic we come across the Anisozygoptera. Solenhofen beds of Jurassic give us representatives of recent families of Zygoptera for the first time and close relatives of certain present day Gomphids, Cordulegasterids and Petalurids.
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Mitra, T.R. () Ecology and biogeography of Odonata with special reference to Indian Fauna. Records of the Zoological Survey of India, Occasional Papers,1– The historical biogeography of the Platycnemididae (Odonata), with special reference to the subfamily Calicnemiinae, is presented as one of the first examples of such a study of a widespread group.
The species of southeast Asia derived from African Platycnemididae. The present contribution encompasses the first case study on the aquatic macroinvertebrates as bioindicators for assessing the health of Asan wetland (area km 2), located in the foothills of Central Himalayas, y sampling from all the sampling sites in five replicates was made for a period of 12 months (July –June ) at – h.
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Z.; Khan, R. Download article (PDF) |. Two new Platycnemididae (Odonata) from the Papuan region. Nova Guinea (N.S.) 7: Lieftinck, M.A., a. Notes on some argiine dragonflies (Odonata) with special reference to the genus Palaiargia Förster, and with descriptions of new species and larval forms.
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Paperback £ Pesticide impact on stream fauna with special reference to macroinvertebrates by Muirhead-thomson, R.c. at Pemberley Books. REFERENCES Ajith Kumar (): Biodiversity of the Western Ghats in India, with special reference to Conservation of its Fish Fauna.
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A special focus of the present study is on the influence of the dispersal capacities of a group of organisms (as effected by the two taxonomic units in the odonates) on the resulting biogeographical patterns of faunal elements and faunal regions. Laidlaw, F. () A list of the Dragonflies recorded from the Indian Empire with special reference to the collection of the Indian Museum.
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Larvae of almost all of the 5, species of the insect order Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) are dependent on freshwater habitats. Both larvae and adults are predators. The order is relatively well studied, and the actual number of species may be close to 7, Many species have small distributional ranges, and are habitat specialists, including inhabitants of alpine mountain bogs.
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() On the morphology of the compound eyes of dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera), with special reference to their role in prey capture.
Proc. Roy. Ent. Soc. London (A) no url: Check use: Pritchard a. Pritchard, G. () Further observations on the functional morphology of the head and mouthparts of dragonfly.Taxa from Odonata were chosen to represent all major clades as present in the phylogeny of. A Nexus file of the alignments are provided as Dataset S1.
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