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Academic & Professional Books  Organismal to Molecular Biology  Animals: Vertebrate Zoology

Tricho-Taxonomy of Indian Mammals Carnivores, Artiodactyls, Primates, Giant Squirrels, Lagomorphs and Pangolins

By: M Kamalakannan(Author), C Venkatraman(Author), Kailash Chandra(Author)
227 pages, plates with colour photos
Tricho-Taxonomy of Indian Mammals
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  • Tricho-Taxonomy of Indian Mammals ISBN: 9788181715265 Hardback Jan 2019 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Language: English

The present study describes the characteristics of primary guard hair of species of Indian mammals, covering carnivores, artiodactyls, primates, giant squirrels, lagomorphs, and pangolins.

Contents

Introduction
Tricho-taxonomy
Hair characteristics of mammals
Methodology
Microscopic structures of dorsal guard hairs of Indian Mammalian species

Order Carnivora
1. Larger cats
2. Smaller cats
3. Bears
4. Hyena and dogs
5. Red panda
6. Otters, badgers, weasels and martens
7. Palm civets and civets
8. Mongooses

Order Artiodactyla
9. Pig
10. Mouse deer
11. Deer
12. Cattle antelopes, sheep, goats

Order Primates
13. Lorises
14. Gibbon
15. Macaques
16. Langurs

Order Rodentia (Sciuridae)
17. Giant squirrels

Order Lagomorpha
18. Hares
19. Pikas

Order Pholidota
20. Pangolins

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By: M Kamalakannan(Author), C Venkatraman(Author), Kailash Chandra(Author)
227 pages, plates with colour photos
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