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Academic & Professional Books  Reptiles & Amphibians  Reptiles

The Status and Distribution of Reptiles in the Western Ghats, India Conservation Assessment and Management Plan

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By: Chelmala Srinivasulu(Author), Bhargavi Srinivasulu(Author), S Molur(Author)
148 pages, colour illustrations, colour maps
The Status and Distribution of Reptiles in the Western Ghats, India
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The reptile assessment is a review of the conservation status of the reptiles belonging to Western Ghats and peninsular India. This report summarises results for the Conservation Assessment and Management Plan (CAMP) Workshop for assessing reptiles of peninsular India in general and Western Ghats in particular and provides an overview of the conservation status of the species following IUCN Red Listing guidelines. This report endeavors to identify the species threatened with extinction at the global level for Western Ghats endemics and at the regional level for non-endemics of the Western Ghats such that action plans can be formulated and implemented for the conservation of such species.

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By: Chelmala Srinivasulu(Author), Bhargavi Srinivasulu(Author), S Molur(Author)
148 pages, colour illustrations, colour maps
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