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Atlas of Odonata (Insecta) of the Western Ghats, India

Distribution Atlas
By: KA Subramanian(Author), KG Emiliyamma(Author), R Babu(Author), C Radhakrishnan(Author), SS Talmale(Author)
420 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
Atlas of Odonata (Insecta) of the Western Ghats, India
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Language: English

The Western Ghats constitute a 1600 km long mountain chain along the west coast of India, and has been earmarked by Conservation International as one of 34 global biodiversity hotspots. In this study, the distribution of all known dragonfly and damselfly species was mapped using GIS tools. India is home to 488 species and 27 subspecies in 153 genera and 18 families, of which 193 species in 83 genera and 14 families have been found in the Western Ghats. Out of these 74 species are endemic to the region.

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Odonata of the Western Ghats
3. Methods
4. Results
5. Conclusions
6. Geographic distribution of species
7. Lestidae
8. Platystictidae
9. Calopterygidae
10. Chlorocyphidae
11. Euphaeidae
12. Platycnemididae
13. Coenagrionidae
14. Aeshnidae
15. Gomphidae
16. Chlorogomphidae
17. Synthemistidae
18. Macromiidae
19. Corduliidae
20. Libellulidae

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Distribution Atlas
By: KA Subramanian(Author), KG Emiliyamma(Author), R Babu(Author), C Radhakrishnan(Author), SS Talmale(Author)
420 pages, colour photos, colour distribution maps
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