2 edition of Checklist of Indian freshwater sponges found in the catalog.
Checklist of Indian freshwater sponges
|Statement||by S. Khera and Y. Chaturvedi ; edited [and issued] by the Director, Zoological Survey of India.|
|Genre||Catalogs and collections.|
|Series||Records of the Zoological Survey of India : Miscellaneous publication. Occasional paper, no. 4, Records of the Zoological Survey of India., occasional paper no. 4.|
|Contributions||Chaturvedi, Y., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL372.5.I4 K49|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||77905611|
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Get this from a library. Checklist of Indian freshwater sponges: with a catalogue of type-specimens in the collection of the Zoological Survey of India (Porifera, Spongillidae). [S Khera; Y Chaturvedi]. checklist is based on the present status of the different taxa. This tentative list has been prepared to consolidate our knowledge of the freshwater sponges within Indian political boundaries and also with the idea that this may serve as a prelude to a revised volume in the Fauna of India Size: 1MB.
Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://tv Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4. Fauna of British India: Freshwater Sponges, Hydroids & Polzoa by Annandale, N. at Pemberley Books. the Indian region after Annandale, obviously due to paucity of freshwater sponge workers in India, has only made this situation more problematic.
This issue needs re-examination of the m aterial. Studies on freshwater sponges of India after Annandale are sparse and have been summarised previously (Jakhalekar & Ghate ).
According to Soota (), the Indian region possesses 30 species. Checklist of Indian Freshwater Sponges, with a Catalogue of Type-Specimens in the Collection of the Zoological Survey of India (Porifera: Spongillidae) | — Khera, S.; Chaturvedi, Y.
Download article (PDF) | View article (DjVu) Check-List of Indian Nematodes(Animal Parasites) |. Approximately half of all Indian freshwater fishes were assessed at the workshop, species.
The workshop participants referred extensively to the checklist of Indian freshwater fishes prepared by the National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, which contained species and subspecies. The checklist was scrutinized at the.
Systema Porifera is unique making sponge taxonomy widely available at the practical level of classification (genera, families, order). It is a taxonomic revision of sponges and spongiomorphis (such as sphinctozoans and archaeocyathans) based on re-evaluation of type materials and evidence.
a distributional study of Louisiana sponges would give a better understanding of the fresh-water sponges of the entire area.
Scattered distributional records can be found in Hoff () on sponges from Tennessee, Cheatum and Harris () on sponges from Texas, and Penney (, ) on South Carolina by: 9. Freshwater sponges grow on sturdy submerged objects in clean streams, lakes, and rivers.
Because they are sensitive to water conditions, their presence indicates high water quality and low levels of pollutants. Sponges are filter feeders. They obtain food from the flow of water through their bodies and from symbiotic algae.
Haliclona ona sp. Blue sponges or blue finger sponges is a species of sponge found in that range from throughout the Indian ocean. main food source for sea slugs Found in shallow reefs. It can also reproduce by budding.
If it dies it can release toxic chemicals. Notes on the Freshwater Fauna of India, No. IX+- Descriptions of new Freshwater Sponges from Calcutta, with a record of two known species from the HimaIayas and a list,of the Indian forms, All tlie forms described below have been found ~vithin the last few months in the Museum tank, Calcuttn.
In India first scientific study of freshwater sponges was carried out by Annandale () followed by Penney and Recek (). InKhera and Chaturvedi published checklist of freshwater sponges from Indian region.
Soota () published checklist and their taxonomic details. Form Maharashtra Annandale (). Anguilliformes Anguillidae (Freshwater eels). Anguilla bengalensis bengalensis (native) Indian longfin eel, Indian mottled eel; Anguilla bicolor bicolor (native) Shortfin eel, Indonesian shortfin eel; Colocongridae.
Coloconger raniceps (native), Froghead eel; Congridae (Conger and garden eels). Ariosoma Bathyuroconger vicinus (native) Large-toothed conger; Conger cinereus (native) Longfin. The Fauna of British India (short title) with long titles including The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma, and The Fauna of British India Including the Remainder of the Oriental Region is a series of scientific books that was published by the British government in India and printed by Taylor and Francis of London.
The series was started sometime in after a letter had been. Description of new freshwater sponges from Calcutta with a record of two known species from the Himalayas, and a list of the Indian forms Volume 3 [Leather Bound] by N Annandale and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Annandale N Notes on freshwater sponges No.
XI Sponges from the shells of Aetheria;Rec. Indian Mus. 9 – Google Scholar Annandale N Notes on freshwater sponges No. XVI. The genus Pectispongilla and its allies; Rec. Indian Mus. 11 – Google ScholarCited by: 2.
Indian torrent catfish (English), Tayek (Assamese), Chikka (Kannada), Tayek (Khasi) cm SL male/unsexed Occurs along the foot-hills of the Himalaya from Kangra Valley in Himachal Pradesh, Punjab to Assam and Krishna system (Ref.
EDITOR'S PREFACE. Annandale's volume on the Freshwater Sponges, Polyzoa, and Hydrida contains an account of three of the chief groups of freshwater organisms. Although he deals mainly with Indian forms the book contains an unusually full account of the life-history and bionomics of freshwater Sponges, Polyzoa, and Hydrozoa.
Aspects of Sponge Biology is the result of a symposium about sponge biology held in Albany, New York in May The symposium not only presents investigations, but also problem areas in the field of sponge biology. This book therefore shows that sponges are a very challenging and untouched subject area for future Edition: 1.Checklist of Indian freshwater sponges: with a catalogue of type-specimens in the collection of the Zoological Survey of India (Porifera, Spongillidae) by S Khera (Book) Ecology and ethology of the spotted-deer, Axis axis axis (Erxleben) (Artiodactyla:Cervidae) by P.
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