Studies on little known amphibian species of North East India
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Published by Zoological Survey of India in Kolkata .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementRosamma Mathew and Nibedita Sen.
SeriesRecords of the Zoological Survey of India -- occasional paper no. 293
ContributionsSen, Nibedita., Zoological Survey of India.
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 64 p., [23] p. of plates :
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23230714M
ISBN 109788181712110
LC Control Number2009311426

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  Critically endangered species in North east India 1. CRITICALLY ENDANGERED SPECIES IN NORTH EAST INDIA mtluanga Department of Zoology, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya. , Aro species are listed as "vulnerable". Threatened: 41% of amphibian species, 33% of reef-building corals, 30% of conifers, 25% of. invaluable work which covers faunal elements of North East India. While studying the amphibian species of North East India we came across a few species which were known only from the type descriptions of the late nineteenth or early or late twentieth century. Since no studies were directed towards searching these little known species. nidorbellus and Amolops kohimaensis from Nagaland, North East India (Biju et al., ). Studies on little known Amphibian species of North East India by Mathew and Sen (), Amphibians and Reptiles of Northeast India: A photographic guide by Ahmed et al., () are some Size: 2MB. India's North East is one of the hot spots of bio-diversity and its Amphibian Fauna though worked out to a moderate extent is yet to be thoroughly explored. Chanda in his monograph () reported 54 species of anurans from this region.

Lost Amphibians of India (LAI) is a national initiative, with headquarter at Systematics Lab, University of Delhi, to rediscover over 55 amphibian species, thought-to-be lost after their original description. Molecular Phylogeny & Biogeography India is eminently suited for testing biogeographic hypothesis. This book contains field observations and photographs, and descriptions of species including 53 snakes, 45 lizards of various groups, 31 tortoises and turtles, and 45 amphibians. Almost each species has been illustrated with the line drawings, photographs and reproductions of paintings from the Journal of Cited by: Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author. Spam or Self-Promotional The list is spam or self-promotional. Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details *. The alphabetical lists are a good way to browse by species if you familiar with its spelling. These lists show all the AmphibiaWeb assets per species (e.g., available species accounts, photos, sounds, range maps per species). Browse amphibian families with our .

species of reptiles occurring in India. They include three species of crocodiles, 34 species of turtles and tortoises, species of lizards and species of snakes belonging to 28 families. Of the species of reptiles found in India, nearly species are endemic to File Size: 6MB. North East India is little known. The present work is an effort towards filling the vaccum in this regard. Dutta () initiated bibliographical studies of the amphibians of India in his elaborate work "Amphibians of India and Sri Lanka (Checklist and Bibliography) " which was followed by a checklist of amphibians of India by Das and Dutta. Among species of snakes living on earth, species are known from India. So far, species of snakes are recorded from the northeast India [3]. From Mizoram, Pawar and Birand reported A. Collaborative organizations, North America. The AZA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of North American zoos and aquariums in the areas of conservation, education, science, and recreation (read more at ).Our accredited members are zoos and aquariums throughout North America that have met AZA's rigorous accreditation standards, setting them far apart.