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Animal Diversity, Natural History and Conservation (3-Volume Set)

By: Vijai Kumar Gupta(Editor), Anil K Verma(Editor)
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Animal Diversity, Natural History and Conservation (3-Volume Set)
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Animal Diversity, Natural History and Conservation (3-Volume Set)

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These three volumes present a compilation of research articles dealing with animal diversity, natural history, and conservation, with special reference to India. It includes bibliographical references and indexes. The books will be a valuable and important research compendium that shall stimulate interest and satisfy the need of ecologists, environmentalists and conservationists. See table of contents for more details.

Contents

Volume 2
- On the Faunal Diversity of Arunachal Pradesh: Composition, Threats and Conservation Needs
- The Chalcodoid Hemipteran Fauna of Western Ghats
- Diversity of Spiders in Kuttanad Rice Agroecosystem, Kerala, India
- An Overview on the Biology of Horse Mackerel, Trachurus mediterraneus, of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast
- Perspectives of Entomopathogenic Fungi for Sustainable Agriculture
- Bird Community Composition in Relation to Vegetation of Ramnagar Wildlife Sanctuary; Jammu (J&K)
- Conservation of Breeding Population of Lesser Adjutant Leptoptilos javanicus in Eastern Nepal
- Diferential Responses of Bats and Non-volant Small Mammals to Habitat Disturbances in two Tropical Forest Types of Soutgwest Ghana
- Diversity, Distribution and Taxonomy of Pyrgomorphidae (Orthoptera: Pyrgomorphoidea) of Punjab (India)
- Exploitation, Sustainable Utilization and Conservation of Marine Mollusca in India
- Biology of Dominant Spiders in Kuttanad Rice Agroecosystem, Kerala, India
- Ecology, Status and Aberrant Behaviour of Bengal Tiger in the Indian Sundarbans

Volume 3
- Bacterial Diversity in Faecal Microbiota of Badgers Meles meles Linnaeus (1758), in Portugal
- Diversity of Entomopathogenic Nematodes in India: An Overview
- Investigation of Termite Biodiversity in the Foot Hills of Maruthamalai, Western Ghats Region, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
- Biodiversity of Spittle Bugs in the Foot Hills of Maruthamalai, Western Ghats Region, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu
- Status, Diversity and Distribution of Freshwater Mollusca of lndia
- Distribution and Conservation Status of Syngnathids Fish, Family Syngnathidae: A Review
- Diversity of Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises in Northeast lndia
- A Glimpse of the Avifaunal Diversity of Jammu Himalayas
- Ecology and Status of the Ganges Dolphin (Platanista gangetica gangetica): lndia's National Aquatic Animal, in Southern West Bengal
- Ecology of Spotted Owlet (Athene brama Temminck, 1821) in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India
- Natural History of the Little Known Endemic Mammal Herpestes palustris in Southern West Bengal, India
- Animal Diversity in Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary, Odisha, India
- Changing Habitat Considerations for Conservation of the Asian Openbill (Anastomus oscitans) in the Raigang (Kulik) Bird Sanctuary, Raigang, India
- Human-Elephant Conflict: Case Studies from Karanjia and Suggested Measures for Mitigation

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