4 edition of Faunal diversity of a laterite hill system at Madayipara, Kannur District, Kerala, India found in the catalog.
Faunal diversity of a laterite hill system at Madayipara, Kannur District, Kerala, India
Muhamed Jafer Palot
by Zoological Survey of India in Kolkata
Includes bibliographical references (p. 96-98).
|Statement||Muhamed Jafer Palot and C. Radhakrishnan ; edited by the director, Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata.|
|Series||Records of the Zoological Survey of India -- occasional paper no. 242|
|Contributions||Radhakrishnan, C., Dr., Zoological Survey of India.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||2006561221|
A Concise Report on Biodiversity Loss Due to Flood in Kerala and the Key Achievments books are released by Hon'ble Chief Minister of Kerala World Oceans Day, 8 th June, Talk by Dr. K K Joshi, Principal Scientist and Head, CMFRI. The Western Ghat's encompassing the forests of Kerala is one of the 34 Biodiversity hot spots in the World and Kerala has close to 90 % of its vertebrate high levels of species diversity and endemism provide importance to the faunal wealth of Kerala.
Satara District of Maharashtra State is a part of northern Western Ghats and Deccan Plateau biogeographic zones. The data on various faunal groups was collected from the extensive study carried out during the period between and , covering different parts of the district. Madayipara is a vast stretch of Rocky terrain spreading near Pazhayangadi Town, in Kannur District of Kerala. It is one of the beautiful landscape existing suppose the last in entire Northern Kerala. The land has immense ecological importance because of its biodiversity of Flora and includes rare species of numerous tiny orchids and.
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RADHAKRISHNAN Wester" Ghats Field Research Station, Zoological Survey of India, CalicutKerala, India. Edited by the Director, Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata ~~. Faunal Diversity of a Laterite Hill System at Madayipara, Kannur District, Kerala, India by Radhakrishnan C.
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The specimens were collected from the Madayipara, a lateritic hillock in Kannur District of Kerala, at latitude 12°2'N and longitude 75°16'E (12°2'N, 75°16'E), and with an altitude of 40–47 is a notable area being the type locality of some narrow endemics such as Nymphoides krishnakesara (Joseph and Sivarajan ), Rotala malabarica (Pradeep et al.
), Justicia Cited by: 8. Faunal diversity of a laterite hill system at Madayipara, Kannur district, Kerala, India. Records of Zoological Survey of India, Occasional Paper No. Birds of the Indian Subcontinent. Palot, M. J., and Radhakrishnan, C. Faunal diversity of a laterite hill system at Madayipara, Kannur district, Kerala, India.
Records of Zoological Survey of India, Occassional Paper No. Madayipara is a flat topped hillock overlooking Payangadi town on the northern bank of Kuppam river, located in the Madayi village, at latitude 12°2' N and longitude 75°16'E, about 21 km north of Kannur town, the district headquarters of Kannur district in Kerala (Sreedharamenon.
Dr. Palot, who has studied the richness of flora and fauna of Madayipara, said that though the hillock represented less than per cent of Kannur district, it. Faunal Diversity of a Laterite Hill System at Madayipara, Kannur District, Kerala, India | — Palot, Muhamed Jafer ; Radhakrishnan, C.
Download article (PDF) | View article (DjVu). Butterfly Diversity in Lateritic Biotope of Kavvayi River Basin, Kerala, India Article (PDF Available) in Current World Environment 12(1) April with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
breasted Sandpiper Tryngites subruficollis from Madayipara, Kannur district, Kerala. Madayipara (12°01’N, 75°15’E) is a laterite hillock on the south-western coast of India, situated in Madayi village near Payangadi town in the Kannur district of Kerala.
The area is largely a plateau with grassy meadows and. Madayipara is a significant spot owing to its bio-diversity as well as history. In the past, Madayipara was the administrative center of the Ezhimala kings.
In and around Madayipara, one can find remnants from the past. At the southern side of the hill, stand the remains of a fort called Pazhi Kotta (kotta means fort in Malayalam).
Here one can also find watchtowers at the four corners of the. Palot MJ, Radhakrishnan C. () Herpetofauna of Madayipara hill, Kannur district, Kerala.
Cobra [Google Scholar] Palot MJ, Radhakrishnan C. () Faunal diversity of a laterite hill system at Madayipara, Kannur district, Kerala State, India. Rec. Madayipara. Madayipara in Kerala - A hill of Flowers, Birds and Butterflies.
Madayipara is rich in it's bio-diversity. It is a home to nearly types of flowering plants and about 30 varieties of grass which also include some unique and sparsely distributed endemic plants that are quite rare.
Faunal diversity of a laterite hill system at Ma-dayipara, Kannur district, Kerala, India. Records of the Zoological Survey of India, Occassional Paper No. 1–98+ Pfister, O., Birds recorded during visits to Ladakh, India, from to Forktail 81– Pfister, O., Birds and mammals of Ladakh.
1st ed. New Delhi. Madayi (a.k.a. Madai). is a village near Pazhayangadi in Kannur district, famous Bhagavathy shrine, Madayi Kavu (Thiruvar Kadu Bhagavathi Temple) where devotees worship Bhadrakali is located here. The Goddess is one of the family deity of the Chirakkal Royal family, and the temple is known for the Koyikalasham (Offering of chicken).
The temple was one of the few to survive. Methodology of Business Studies (Calicut and Kannur University) by Mathew Emmanuel and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at KERALA STATE BIODIVERSITY BOARD Kailasam, T.C.4/ (1), No.
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Palot MJ, Radhakrishnan C () Herpetofauna of Madayipara hill, Kannur district, Kerala. Cobra Palot MJ, Radhakrishnan C () Faunal diversity of a laterite hill system at Madayipara, Kannur district, Kerala State, India.
Rec. Zool. Surv. India Occ. Paper No. Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata. Midland Laterite Hill Degradation in Kannur District, Kerala P.
Muraleedharan Midland laterite hills are beautiful natural gifts, giving a curvaceous shape to the entire landscape, with plenty of vegetations and a rich array of animals. The laterite hills are the most imposing but .Zoological Survey of India Fauna of India Book ID: Second Edition | Volume 3 Topic: Faunal Diversity of a Laterite Hill System at Madayipara, Kannur District, Kerala, India.
by Palot, Muhamed Jafer; Radhakrishnan, C. texts.The spider fauna of the entire regions of Kavvayi river basin has never been documented or summarized. The only reported study from this area on spiders was carried out by Palot and Balakrishnan, 16 who listed 17 species of spiders from Madayipara, a typical lateritic biotope of Kavvayi river basin.
The present study covers the entire ecosystems of Kavvayi river basin and it resulted in the.