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Commercial and Medicinal Important Molluscs of Sundarbans

By: Anirudha Dey(Author)
54 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
Commercial and Medicinal Important Molluscs of Sundarbans
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Language: English

This is the first comprehensive report regarding the commercial and medicinal important molluscs of the Sundarbans. It deals with 16 species of molluscs, of which 6 species are from freshwater and 10 species are from estuarine and marine environments. The accounts describe commercial as well as medicinal importance of these molluscs from the areas of the Sundarbans.

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By: Anirudha Dey(Author)
54 pages, colour & b/w illustrations
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