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Advancements in Insect Biodiversity

By: Rajiv K Gupta
337 pages, photos, figs
Publisher: Agrobios
Advancements in Insect Biodiversity
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This publication covers the biodiversity and biosystematics of various insect groups fond in India.

Contents

Preface.
1. Insect biodiversity in Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh/Kailash Chandra.
2. The diversity of bees (hymenoptera, Apoidea) in India/Rajiv K. Gupta.
3. A taxonomic overview of the carpenter bees of the Indian region [hymenoptera, apoidea, apidae, xylocopinae, xylocopini, xylocopa latreille]/Rajiv K. Gupta and Douglas Yanega.
4. Insect biodiversity of ultraoligotrophic lakes of Ladakh, Himalaya, India/Girish Maheshwari and Geeta Maheshwari.
5. Bioindicator species of chironomidae (diptera) of high altitude lakes of Himalaya, India/Girish Maheshwari and Geeta Maheshwari.
6. On oriental species of the genus perilampus latreille (hymenoptera: perilampidae)/T.C. Narendran.
7. Diversity of Indian beetle fauna (coleoptera): state of our knowledge and an estimation/T.K. Pal.
8. Aquatic Dipteran diversity in India/P. Parui, D. Banerjee and Bulganin Mitra.
9. Odonata diversity in the Great Indian Desert/M. Prasad.
10. Odonata (insecta) of Kerala: a systematic database/C. Radhakrishnan and K.C Emiliyamma.
11. An updated checklist of termites (isoptera) of Rajasthan/Narendra S. Rathore and Asit K. Bhattacharyya.
12. Biodiversity conservation planning using remote sensing and GIS/Shirish A. Ravan.
13. Dung beetles (coleoptera: scarabaeidae: coprinae) of India with special reference to Arunachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan/Ram Sewa,
14. Ants of arid zone of Rajasthan/Neena Tak.
15. A synoptic list of gerromorpha (hemiptera: insecta) known from Kerala, India/G. Thirumalai, C. Radhakrishnan and R. Suresh Kumar.
16. Cutaneous leishmaniasis in the Thar desert: a critical appraisal of the fast emerging "sand disfiguring disease"/B.K. Tyagi.

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By: Rajiv K Gupta
337 pages, photos, figs
Publisher: Agrobios
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