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Series: Records of the Zoological Survey of India - A Journal of Indian Zoology Volume: 108/2
By: Zoological Survey of India
128 pages, 73 col plates, 27 b/w figs
1. Land and freshwater molluscs of Pondicherry/Surya Rao K.V., Mitra S.C. and R.N. Manna. 2. On a collection of fish from Nellore and Chittoor districts, Andhra Pradesh/Rema Devi K., Indra T.J., Raghunathan M.B. and Srivastava O.P. 3. Diversity of spider fauna of Bortibeel North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, their possible utilities as significant biological pest control in the paddy field ecosystem/Talukdar S. and Majumder S.C. 4. Habits, food preference and family life of the Marsh Mongoose (Herpestes Palustris Ghose, 1965) in the Salt Lake Swamps near Calcutta, West Bengal/Kaushik Deuti. 5. Fish faunal diversity in a paddy field from Tamilnadu/Raghunathan M.B., Rema Devi K and Indra T.J. 6. Observations on the life history and chaetotaxy of strepsicrates rhothia (Meyrick) (Microlepidoptera : Tortricidae : Eucosmini)/Avtar Kaur Sidhu, Rose H.S. and Amanpal Kaur. 7. Population fluctuation of Helicotylenchus Steiner, 1945 in relation to soil temperature, moisture and pH in guava Orchard at South 24 parganas, West Bengal, India/Debabrata Sen, Amalendu Chatterjee and Buddhadeb Manna. 8. Limnologically important physicochemical parameters observed in marine water samples around Digha coast in Bay of Bengal/Akmal Husain and Chatterjee T.K. 9. Moths of Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh/Kailash Chandra and Nema D.K. 10. Notes on some rare and interesting Cladocerans (Crustacea : Branchiopoda) from Meghalaya/Sumita Sharma. 11. A study on the taxonomy of the rare genus Philomides Haliday (Hymenoptera : perilampidae) of Indian subcontinent/Girish Kumar P., Narendran T.C. and Rajmohana K.
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