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Ichthyofauna of northern part of Western Ghats

B. E. Yadav

Ichthyofauna of northern part of Western Ghats

by B. E. Yadav

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Published by Zoological Survey of India in Kolkata .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 26-29).

StatementB.E. Yadav.
SeriesRecords of the Zoological Survey of India ;, occasional paper no. 215
ContributionsZoological Survey of India.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL634.I4 Y33 2003
The Physical Object
Pagination39 p. :
Number of Pages39
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3338373M
LC Control Number2004329339

Ref. No. Title; The ichthyofauna of northern part of Western Ghats and its conservation.   The Western Ghat hill ranges, in terms of geological age, are much older than the Himalayas. The Geological history of the Western Ghats goes back to the time when the earth’s crust was being formed and makes a fascinating reading. A nineteenth century Austrian geologist Edward Suess named it the Gondwana.

(iii) We see basin formed by the rivers flowing on western coast (the Narmada and the Tapi rivers with their tributaries—Baiyer, Dudhi, Tawa, Hiran, Purna, Betul and Lavda). These basins cover Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat states. Similarly, the Tapi river has formed its basin in the parts of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra states. The region South of that of Cambay and Southern Gujarat makes the northern semi arid region and the southern humid region submerge. The Western Ghats lie along the coast of South Gujarat, Maharashtra and Goa. The Deccan plains of the Vidarbha, Marathwada in central and eastern Maharashtra define the rest of the t city: Mumbai.

However, Maharashtra and the northern part of Western Ghats in Karnataka on average receive heavier rainfall than Kerala and the southern part of Western Ghats in Karnataka. The climate in the Western Ghats varies with altitudinal gradation and distance from the nates: 10°10′N 77°04′E / . Some books on Orchids with reference to India and adjoining countries: 1. Orchids of Northwest Himalaya by Som Deva and H.B. Naithani's; 2. Orchids of Bhutan by N.C. Pearce and ; 3. Orchids of Sikkim Himalaya by m; 4. Orchids of Northern Western Ghats by Satish Pande, Niranjan Sant, Vivek Vishwasrao and Mandar Datar. 5.


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Yadav BE. The Ichthyofauna of northern part of Western Ghats and its conservation. In: A.G. Ponniah, and A. Gopalakrishnan, (Eds.). and rivulets of northern part of Western Ghats harbour a rich piscine fauna, comprising species under 54 genera of 21 families.

As an impact of modern development and anthropogenic pressure, the ichthyofauna is under threat. Among fish species recorded from northern Ichthyofauna of northern part of Western Ghats book of the Western Ghats, 51 are knownFile Size: KB. The Western Ghats is home to some of the most dazzling variety of fauna.

A biodiversity hotspot, its vast expanse of thick forests are teeming with wonders, many of which are yet to be : Mrityunjay Bose. Ichthyofauna of northern part of Western Ghats Zoological Survey of India, Western Regional Station Sec Vidya Nagar, Akurdi, PUlle Edited by the Director, ZoologicaL Survey o.f India, Kolkata ~~ Zoological Survey of India Kolkata.

taluka Satara District in the Northern region of the Western Ghats. es of Satara District, very limited information is available on the fishes Raigad dist. since most of the studies are limited to the east flowing rivers of the Western Ghats while the west flowing rivers have had limited attention [4].

These. Western Ghats The northern part of the Western Ghats is known as a) Sahyadri Range b) Annamalai Range c) Kardamakam Range d) Neelagiri Range Answer: a. The Western Ghats begin in a) Goa b) Pondichery c) Kandesh d) Dau Answer: c.

Kandesh is. Of them, 62 geophytes are known only from northern Western Ghats. At least 22 plant families exhibit this life form. In the study region, geophytes have adapted to a monsoon seasonality. exotic species found in Chaskaman dam, Rajgurunagar, part of Northern Western Ghats, Pune.

This investigated study was concluded that the exotic Cirrhinus fulungee (Sykes) species. The Western Ghats or Sahyādri runs north to south along the western edge of the Deccan Plateau, and separates the plateau from a narrow coastal plain along the Arabian Sea.

The range starts near the border of Gujarat and Maharashtra, south of the Tapti River, and runs approximately km through the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala ending at Kanyakumari.

Revival of traditional forest conservation practice from the northern Western Ghats of India. The Western Ghats is a region of high biological diversity which is complimented by diverse local cultures and traditions. Traditional conservation practices such as sacred forests are an important component of the landscape here.

With only about %. Yadav B. E., Ichthyofauna of northern part of Western Zool. Surv. India,1–40 () Bhat A, Diversity and composition of freshwater fishes in fourriver systems of Central Western Ghats, India. Environ. 68, 25–38 (). FOREST TREES OF THE WESTERN GHATS -authored by Neginhal S.G (I.F.S Retd).

This book contains description of all forest trees in Peninsular India and most of Srilanka too. This book is a valuable field guide for identifying forest trees in the Western and Eastern Ghats, Deccan Plateau and Mangroves in Southern India. The largest concentration of “vulnerable forested grids” were found to be in the northern part of the Western Ghats, the Eastern Ghats, the upper Himalayan stretches and parts of Author: Divya Gandhi.

Welcome to the lush Western Ghats, some of the most precious heat relief in India. Rising like an impassable bulwark of evergreen and deciduous tangle, from north of Mumbai to the tip of Tamil Nadu, the World Heritage–listed Ghats (with an average elevation of m) contain 27% of India’s flowering plant species and an incredible array of endemic wildlife.

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