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Faunal Diversity in Major Seagrass Ecosystems in India

Monograph
By: Kailash Chandra(Author), C Raghunathan(Author), Tamal Mondal(Author)
148 pages, 30 colour photos, 1 colour map
Faunal Diversity in Major Seagrass Ecosystems in India
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Language: English

This book surveys the faunal diversity in major seagrass ecosystems in India, describing a large number of invertebrates (foraminiferans, sponges, jellyfish, polychaetes, nematodes, sipunculates, brachyuran crabs, shrimps, copepods, ostracods, molluscs, opisthobranchs, echinoderms, and tunicates), as well as vertrebrates (fishes, reptiles, and mammals).

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Monograph
By: Kailash Chandra(Author), C Raghunathan(Author), Tamal Mondal(Author)
148 pages, 30 colour photos, 1 colour map
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