2 edition of Neuroptera fauna of North-East India found in the catalog.
Neuroptera fauna of North-East India
Ghosh, S. K.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 129-141).
|Series||Records of the Zoological Survey of India ;, occasional paper no. 184|
|Contributions||Zoological Survey of India.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||00411974|
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GHOSH Emeritus Scientist, Zoological Survey 0.(India, Calcutta. Edited by the Director, Zoological l.C:;urvey 0.(India, ('alcutta Zoological Survey of India Calcutta Book Code: Records of the Zoological Survey of India: Neuroptera Fauna of North-East India Ghosh, S.K.
Year of Publication: ISBN: / Price: US$ Book. Zoological Survey of India. Home; About. History of ZSI; ZSI Headquarters; ZSI Library; ZSI Publications; Regional Centres. NERC-Shillong; A Field Book of the Lizards of India | Neuroptera Fauna of North-East India | Of the endangered floral species, are reported from North East India.
Most of the North Eastern states have more than 60% of their area under forest cover, a minimum suggested coverage for the hill states in the country. North East India is a part of Indo-Burma 'hotspot'. Northeast India One of the richest biomes of the world, high in endemism and rare species which is now under constant threat.
The Northeast India, ( degree N and degree E) spread over 2,62,represents the transition zone between the Indian, Indo-Malayan and Indo-Chinese biogeographic regions and a meeting place of the Himalayan Mountains and Peninsular : Mohan Pai.
Neuroptera is divided into three suborders: Planipennia (antlions, lacewings and their relatives) Megaloptera (alderflies and dobsonflies) Raphidiodea (snakeflies) In adults, the suborders are distinguished by the shape of the wings and the length of the prothorax.
In larvae. Neuroptera: lacewings and antlions. Characteristics Lacewings are delicate looking, soft bodied insects with a wingspan ranging in size from 5 to millimetres and a body up to 50 millimetres in length.
As their name suggests their wings appear lace-like with many intricate veins across their entire surface. Diversity. There is insufficient information about the invertebrate and lower forms of India, with significant work having been done only in a few groups of insects, notably the butterflies, odonates, hymenoptera, the larger biodiversity have been made since the publication of The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma series.
There are about 2, species of fishes (about 11% of. During the war inthe PRC (China) captured much of the NEFA (North-East Frontier Agency) created by India in But on 21 NovemberChina declared a unilateral ceasefire, and withdrew its troops 20 kilometres (12 mi) behind the McMahon Line.
It returned Indian prisoners of war in Country: India. This part of India, which sits way out east of the rest of the country in the Himalayas, and was long known to hold an elite selection of rare and local bird species, was long forgotten, indeed forbidden to foreign tourists until the early s.
Since that time, birders have been visiting with zeal, enjoying. Of the endangered floral species, are reported from North East India.
Most of the North Eastern states have more than 60% of their area under forest cover, a minimum suggested coverage for the hill states in the country. North East India is a part of Indo-Burma 'hotspot'. The Eight Rare and Unique State Animals of North-East India The seven sister states along with one brother are the least explored region of India so called as Paradise Unexplored.
The forest covered area of this region is home to some of the rare and unique animals in the world such as distinct Clouded Leopard,greater one-horned rhino and Red. The insect order Neuroptera, or net-winged insects, includes the lacewings, mantidflies, antlions, and their order consists of some 6, species.
Neuroptera can be grouped together with the Megaloptera and Raphidioptera in the unranked taxon Neuropterida (once known as Planipennia) including: alderflies, fishflies, dobsonflies, and : Insecta.
State: Meghalaya, in the north east of India. Best time to Travel: November to March. The Weather Conditions: The climate of Meghalaya varies with the altitude.
The climate of Khasi Hills and Jaintia Hills is uniquely pleasant and caressing. It is neither too warm in summer nor too cold in winter, but over the plains of Garo Hills, the climate is hot and humid, except in winter. Ghosh () described several new genera and species of Neuroptera from North- East India, wherein 31 species belonging to 21 genera and seven families are included from Sikkim.
Biodiversity Significance of North East India. June ; Annexure 1 Flora and fauna of North East India. The Botanical Survey of India published the Indian Red Data Books. a limited number of species like Clethra sp. and Nepenthus khasiana in North East India (A. Sastry pers comm.). According to the Indian Red data book published by the Botanical Survey of India, 10 % of the total flowering plants in the country are endangered.
Of the endangered floral species, are reported from North East India. Size: 2MB. Indian Flora and Fauna of the Northern Zone are the representation of richness of the natural resources of India. Tremendous variety of plants is found in different states of northern India which constitutes various types of forests including Deciduous Forests, temperate forests, tropical thorny forests, evergreen forest and many s of northern zone also house a number of plants.
More editions of Neuroptera fauna of North-East India (Records of the Zoological Survey of India): Neuroptera fauna of North-East India (Records of the Zoological Survey of India): ISBN () Softcover, Zoological Survey of India.
REFERENCES Threatened Animals of India, by B. K. Tikader, published by Zoological survey of India. Animal Resources of India, published by Zoological survey of India. Amphibians and Reptiles of North-east India, by M. Firoz Ahmed, Abhijit Das & S. K. Dutta. Fauna of meghalaya (vertebrates), published by Zoological survey of India.
http.Encyclopedia of South American Aquatic Insects: Neuroptera (Including Megaloptera) provides a discussion of both taxa, tentatively regrouping both in the order Neuroptera.
While all known species of Megaloptera in South America have completely aquatic larval stages, few species in the suborder Planipennia, formerly called Neuroptera sensu stricto, are aquatic during any of their life stages. The kingdom of wilderness of the spectacle called North East India is still in the books of least explored places in India.
The narrow corridor squeezed in between the Indian Himalayan ranges in the north, Myanmar in the east and Bangladesh in the south is bedded with a vast ecosystem that is home to several species of flora and fauna.