Series: Records of the Zoological Survey of India Occasional Papers Volume: 29
By: GS Arora(Author), DK Modal(Author)
72 pages, 7 plates with illustrations; b/w illustrations
The Zoological Survey of India conducted as many as nine faunistic surveys between 1961 and 1973 at different areas, particularly Arunachal Pradesh and Assam, of North-Eastern India.
The present paper incorporates 32 species distributed over 18 species groups in six genera and subgenera under three tribes of the subfamily Papilioninae alone together with certain variations being correlated with geographical and other forms. The system has been principally adopted after Munroe (1961) up to the species level, being supplemented by the infra-speciﬁc categories sensu Talbot (1939).
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