Diversity, Abundance and Composition of Non Human Primates

DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DIVERSITY, ABUNDANCE AND COMPOSITION OF NON HUMAN PRIMATES IN DUMRAON, BIHAR Suday Prasad Bihar Agricultural University, Bhola Paswan Shastri Agricultural College,  Purnea-854302, (Bihar) India, Email: sudayprasad@yahoo.co.in Wild animals, which langurs and macaques are important group’s of primates. Gray langurs are popularly known as entellus or hanuman langur, which are scientifically named as Semnopithecus entellus. The diversity, composition and temporal distribution of non human primate’s species in Dumraon were studied during January, 2013 to December, 2014. We had Read More …

ICHTHYOFAUNAL DIVERSITY OF KALI SINDH RIVER

DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT   STUDIES  ON  ICHTHYOFAUNAL  DIVERSITY  OF  KALI  SINDH  RIVER  NEAR JETPURA  VILLAGE,  JHALAWAR,  RAJASTHAN, INDIA *Harinder Singh Banyal  and Sanjeev Kumar Desert Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Jodhpur-342005, Rajasthan, India. [*Corresponding author: dr.harinderbanyal@gmail.com]   Received: 22-10-2019                    Revised: 08-12-2019                      Accepted: 18-12-2019 Fish samples were collected from Kali Sindh River near Jetpura village, Jhalawar during 2018 to evaluate the composition of fish faunal diversity. 18 fish species belonging to cypriniformes order were recorded from the area of study Read More …

Altitude and Seasonality of the Hymenopteran Insects Associated with High Altitude Forest

ALTITUDE AND SEASONALITY OF THE HYMENOPTERAN INSECTS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH ALTITUDE FOREST OF NANDA DEVI BIOSPHERE RESERVE, WESTERN HIMALAYA, INDIA Kishor Kumar1, P.C. Joshi2, M.K. Arya3 and P. Nath2 1G.B. Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development, Himachal Regional Center, Mohal-Kullu, 175 126, Kullu, Himachal Pradesh 2Department of Zoology and Environmental Sciences, Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, Uttarakhand 3Department of Zoology, DSB, Campus College, Kuamun University, Nainital (Present address) Corresponding Author Email1: kishorkkothari5@gamil.com Received: 10-10-2018          Read More …

AN OBSERVATION ON THE TAXONOMIC COMPOSITION, RELATIVE ABUNDANCE AND SEASONAL VARIATION OF ODONATE (DRAGONFLIES AND DAMSELFLIES) FAUNA OF CHAUBATIA GARDEN RANIKHET, ALMORA, UTTARAKHAND, INDIA

Fasuil Farooq and Manoj Kumar Arya* Insect Biodiversity Laboratory, Department of Zoology,D.S.B. Campus, Kumaun University, Nainital- 263002, Uttarakhand, India[*E-mail: dr.manojkumar19@rediffmail.com]Received: 18-09-2018 Accepted: 10-10-2018 AbstractThe present investigation was aimed as a pilot study to assess the diversity, abundance and taxonomic composition of order Odonata in Chaubatia Garden Ranikhet during July 2016 to June 2018. Observations were carried out at monthly interval during both the years. A total of 392 Odonates belonging to 12 species, 8 genera and 4 families were recorded. The family Read More …

STUDIES ON ICHTHYOFAUNAL DIVERSITY IN SOME SELECTED STREAMS

STUDIES ON ICHTHYOFAUNAL DIVERSITY IN SOME SELECTED STREAMS OF BANSWARA DISTRICT, RAJASTHAN Harinder Singh Banyal* and Sanjeev Kumar Desert Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Jodhpur, Rajasthan-342005 [Corresponding author E-mail-*: dr.harinderbanyal@gmail.com] Received: 18-06-2017 Accepted: 11-08-2017 Abstract: Fish samples were collected from Anas, Erav and Kagdi streams during 2014 to evaluate the composition of Ichthyofaunal diversity. 09 spp. of fishes are reported from the streams. Cypriniformes was the dominant order (05 spp.) followed by Perciformes (2 spp.), Clupeiformes (1sp.), and Beloniformes (1sp.). Keywords: Read More …

PERSPECTIVE ON ANURAN DIVERSITY OF WESTERN RAJASTHAN

A PERSPECTIVE ON ANURAN DIVERSITY OF WESTERN RAJASTHAN H.S. Banyal* and Sanjeev Kumar Desert Regional Centre, Zoological Survey of India, Jodhpur-342005, Rajasthan, India. [Corresponding author E-mail-*: dr.harinderbanyal@gmail.com] Received: 12-10-2017 Accepted: 17-11-2017 Abstract: Present paper deals with studies on anuran faunal diversity of the western part of Rajasthan state. Eight species belonging to three families of order anura were recorded from the study area. Keywords: Diversity, Anurans, Rajasthan Full Text/Download

DIVERSITY AND SEASONAL FLUCTUATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN FRESH WATER TAKHAT SAGAR LAKE

DIVERSITY AND SEASONAL FLUCTUATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN FRESH WATER TAKHAT SAGAR LAKE, JODHPUR, RAJASTHAN, INDIA Pankaj Nama and Raju R. Meghwal* Department of Zoology, Jai NarainVyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan- 342033, India *Department of Botany, Jai NarainVyas University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan- 342 033, India [Corresponding author E-mail-*: : rajubalyan@yahoo.com] Received: 28-04-2017 Revised: 04-05-2017 Accepted: 24-05-2017 Abstract: In the present study, diversity and seasonal fluctuation of phytoplankton community in fresh water Takhat Sagar lake, Jodhpur was carried out during September 14,2013 to August 13, 2014. Read More …

CORRELATION OF ABIOTIC FACTORS WITH PHYTOPLANKTONIC COMMUNITYCORRELATION OF ABIOTIC FACTORS WITH PHYTOPLANKTONIC COMMUNITY

CORRELATION OF ABIOTIC FACTORS WITH PHYTOPLANKTONIC COMMUNITY IN A LOWER SHIVALIK STREAM OF J&K, INDIA Shiwali Gupta-1*, Sarbjeet Kour-2 and Niharika-3 Department of Zoology, University of Jammu, Jammu [Corresponding author E-mail-1*: shiwaligupta61@gmail.com] Received: 13-02-2017 Revised: 22-02-2017 Accepted: 23-02-2017 Abstract: Present study was conducted on a slow flowing stream of J&K to determine the seasonality of phytoplankton community inhabiting its water which revealed a total of 22 genera belonging to four different groups. Out of total 22 genera, 12 genera represented Chlorophyceae family, 6 Read More …

BIODIVERSITY OF AQUATIC BEETLES, ITS HABITATS, MICROHABITAT

STUDY ON BIODIVERSITY OF AQUATIC BEETLES, ITS HABITATS, MICROHABITAT AND FIELD SAMPLING TECHNIQUES FROM MANIPUR, NORTH EAST INDIA M. Bhubaneshwari Devi*, O. Sandhyarani Devi and Leiphon Wanghengbam Laboratory of Entomology, P.G. Department of Zoology, D. M. College of Science, Imphal-795001, Manipur [Corresponding author E-mail-*: mbhubaneshwari@yahoo.com] Received: 10-04-2017 Revised: 15-04-2017 Accepted: 18-04-2017 Abstract:  The aquatic beetle’s diversity is very wide-ranging. The aim of the present study was to analyze basic ecological classification of aquatic beetle families and its biodiversity which are associated with aquatic Read More …

DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGY OF MICRO – INVERTEBRATE FAUNA

DIVERSITY AND ECOLOGY OF MICRO – INVERTEBRATE FAUNA IN TWO PONDS OF LOWER SHIWALIKS (J&K) INDIA Niharika*, Sarbjeet Kour and Shiwali Gupta Department Of Zoology, University of Jammu, Jammu (180006), India [Corresponding author E-mail-*: : – niharika7492@gmail.com] Received: 02-04-2017 Revised: 08-04-2017 Accepted: 17-04-2017 Abstract: Information regarding the relative biodiversity of any water body is a pre-requisite for many of its strategic conservational goals. Presently, interwater body comparisons are being made between two ponds of Lower Shiwaliks lying at about 15 km apart. Read More …