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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Insects  Dragonflies & Damselflies (Odonata)

Studies on Odonata and Lepidoptera Fauna of Foothills of Aravalli Range, Rajasthan

By: Gaurav Sharma(Author)
104 pages, 21 plates with colour photos: maps
Studies on Odonata and Lepidoptera Fauna of Foothills of Aravalli Range, Rajasthan
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Language: English

This contribution collects several studies conducted on the Odonata and Lepidoptera fauna found in the foothills of the Aravalli Range, Rajasthan, India.

Contents

1. Aravalli Range of Rajasthan
i. Introduction
ii. Aravali Ranges
iii. Geology
iv. River valley catchments
v. Rainfall pattern
vi. Temperature regimes
vii.Vegetation (Trees and Shrubs)
viii. Forests
ix.  National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries
References

2. Odonata (Damsel and Dragonflies)
i. Introduction
ii. Materials and Methods
iii. Results
iv. Discussion
References

3. Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
i. Introduction
ii. Materials and Methods
iii. Results
iv Discussion
Summary
References

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By: Gaurav Sharma(Author)
104 pages, 21 plates with colour photos: maps
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