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Records of the Zoological Survey of India: A Journal of Indian Zoology, Volume 108, Part 1

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A population survey of Hanuman Langurs in the Balasore District, Orissa/Ramakrishna, Atindra Murmu and Mazumder P.C. 2. New site records of the Malabar tree toad, Pedostibes tuberculosus Gunther (Amphibia : Anura : Bufonidae), in Western Ghats, India/Dinesh K.P., and Radhakrishnan C. 3. New site record of Minervara Sahyadris Dubois, Ohler and Biju (Amphibia : Anura : Ranidae), in Western Ghats, India/Dinesh K.P. And Radhakrishnan. 4. First ever record of an Endangered fish, Chaca chaca (Ham.-Buch) from Arunachal Pradesh: a biodiversity hot spot/Keshav Kr. Jha, Tapan Kr. Ghosh and Datta Munshi J.S. 5. A new species Mylonchulus Wasimi (Mononchida : Nematoda) from South 24-Parganas, West Bengal, India/Tiasi Jana, Amalendu Chatterjee and Buddhadeb Manna. 6. First report of five Oxyuroid nematodes of cockroach (Periplaneta Americana L.) from Andhra Pradesh, India/Viswa Venkat Gantait and Amalendu Chatterjee. 7. Rediscovery of Rhacophorus Naso Annandale, 1912 (Amphibia: Anura: Rhacophoridae) from Mizoram, North East India/Rosamma Mathew and Nibedita Sen. 8. Description of six new species of spiders of the genera Lathys (family: Dictynidae), Marpissa (family : Salticidae), misumenoides (family : Thomisidae), Agroeca (family: Clubionidae), Gnaphosa (family : Gnaphosidae) and Flanona (family : Lycosidae) -- from India/Bijan Biswas and Rakhi Roy. 9. A new species of Dieta spider (Araneae : Philodromidae) from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India/Gajbe U.A. 10. A new species of Misumena spider (Araneae : Thomisidae) from Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, India/Gajbe U.A. 11. Four new species of nematodes (Nematoda : Dorylaimida and Isolaimida) from Rajasthan, India/Padma Bohra and Razia Sultana. 12. Record of the genus Peristenus foerster (Hymenoptera : Braconidae) from India, with descriptions of four new species/Mohammad Shamim, Zurair Ahmad and Ahmad Samiuddin. 13. A new species of ancylotropus cameron (Hymenoptera : Eucharitidae) from India/Girish Kumar P and Narendran T.C. 14. Further record of occurrence of Ranatra titilaensis Hafiz and Pradhan (Ranatriane : Nepidae : Hemiptera)/Thirumalai G and Sharma R.M. Short communication: 1. New record of Megacampsomeris prismatica (Smith) (Hymenoptera : Scoliidae) from Delhi and Nagaland, India/Girish Kumar P and Kazmi.

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