Research papers

APTE, D.A. (2009)

Opisthobranch fauna of Lakshadweep Islands, India with 54 new records to Lakshadweep and 40 new records to India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society. 106(2), 162-175.

Abstract: Opisthobranchs are the least studied fauna of India. The present study was carried out in Lakshadweep Archipelago between 2005 and 2009. During the 4-year study a total of 60 species from 25 families were recorded. Of these 60 species, 52 are new records to Lakshadweep and 40 are new records to the Indian coast. (Download pdf)

Opisthobranch fauna of Lakshadweep Islands, India with 54 new records to Lakshadweep and 40 new records to India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society. 106(2), 162-175.

 

Abstract: Opisthobranchs are the least studied fauna of India. The present study was carried out in Lakshadweep Archipelago between 2005 and 2009. During the 4-year study a total of 60 species from 25 families were recorded. Of these 60 species, 52 are new records to Lakshadweep and 40 are new records to the Indian coast. (Downlode pdf)

APTE, D.A. et al (2008)

Coral Reefs in Lakshadweep Archipelago: Agatti Conservation Reserve. Reef Encounter, Cambridge Journal, No 36, 16-18.

Abstract: Paper speaks about the efforts made by authors in establishing India’s first marine Conservation Reserve in Lakshadweep Islands, India (Download pdf)

Attachments:
Download this file (ReefEncounter36June2008.pdf)Agatti Conservation Reserve[ ]583 Kb

APTE, D.A. (2005)

Inventing global ecology: tracking the biodiversity ideal in India. Nature Vol. 343, Issue no. 7033, pp. 564-565.


Normal 0 false false false EN-IN X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Inventing global ecology: tracking the biodiversity ideal in India. Nature Vol. 343, Issue no. 7033, pp. 564-565.

APTE, D.A. (2004)

Molluscan fauna of Point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary A. Gastropoda.  Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, Vol. 101 (2), May-Aug 2004, 201-210.

Abstract: Studies were conducted in Point Calimere, located on the Coromandel coast in the Thanjavur district of Tamil Nadu. Point Calimere has diverse habitats, including sandy shores, mangroves and salt pans. Large numbers of molluscs are dragged out by fishing nets, and killed in thousands. Volva sowerbyana, Tudicla spiralis, Strombus plicatus sibbaldi and Conus milne-edwardsi were recorded for the first time from this area. C. milne-edwardsi was recorded after 80 years along the Indian coast, from which there is only one published record, in Mumbai in 1912.

Attachments:
Download this file (J-101(2)-Point calimere Mollusca.pdf)Molluscan Fauna of Point Calimere[ ]63 Kb

book1

Share it

Latest Projects


Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Latest publications


Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109

Warning: Creating default object from empty value in /home/deepakap/public_html/modules/mod_latestnews/helper.php on line 109