Series: Records of the Zoological Survey of India Occasional Papers Volume: 22
By: Ranjan Advani(Author), TG Vazirani(Author)
155 pages, b/w illustrations
From the introduction:
"This paper incorporates the results of studies little over two years worth of studies on the ectoparasites of bats in Rajasthan and Gujarat, collected over the years by the authors and their colleagues at the Desert Regional Station of the Zoological Survey of lndia, Jodhpur. Most of the specimens are from Rajasthan and Gujarat, although a few others from neighbouring states are also examined. [...] The studies, though confined to a small area have made a significant contribution to the systematics and zoogeography of these parasites. In the course of the study, 1 465 samples of parasites on 850 individuals of bats were examined"
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