Faunal diversity of Baghmara Reserve Forest, Meghalaya
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Faunal diversity of Baghmara Reserve Forest, Meghalaya by Zoological Survey of India

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


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Edition Notes

Statementedited by the Director, Zoological Survey of India
SeriesConservation area series -- 44, Fauna of conservation areas -- 44.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL309 .F38 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination99 p. :
Number of Pages99
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24439692M
ISBN 108181712552
ISBN 109788181712554
LC Control Number2010318872
OCLC/WorldCa634661312

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FAUNAL DIVERSITY agabbayetassocies.com GENERA agabbayetassocies.com SPECIES VERTEBRATE Mammals 83 Aves Reptilia 51 94 Amphibia 11 33 Pisces 74 INVERTEBRATE TOTAL Mammals Diversity Diversity of mammals in Meghalaya is well represented with about species and sub-species belonging to 83 genera and 27 families. Primates The primates are well represented in. Oct 26,  · from the Baghmara Reserve Forest of Meghalaya. The richness, however, broadly compares with the Faunal diversity of Baghmara Reserve. Forest, Meghalaya. Fauna of . Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Bihar, Punjab, West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Meghalaya by Compiled from secondary sources listed in references by Prasad Tonde for the Assam Biodiversity Portal Project. The Garo Hills of Meghalaya, northeastern India, form the westernmost boundary of the globally recognized Indo-Myanmar Biodiversity Hotspot. Baghmara Reserve Forest and Siju Wildlife Sanctuary.

The Meghalaya National Parks are famous for their variety in flora and fauna. These National Parks in Meghalaya not only provide an opportunity of discovering the wilderness of the nature, but is. Home > Meghalaya > Top 5 National Parks in Meghalaya. Top 5 National Parks in Meghalaya. Share 1. Tweet. Pin. Baghmara Reserve Forest is located in the South Garo Hills and is near the town Bhagmara. The flora and fauna here range from wild elephants to langurs and pitcher plants to wild flowers. The Garo community live here and have their. Get information about wildlife and wildlife sanctuaries in different districts of Meghalaya by Tourism Department. Users can get details about Nokrek National Park, Selbagre Hoolock Gibbon Reserve, Balpakram National Park, Baghmara Reserve Forest, Siju Bird Sanctuary, Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary, etc. Information about location sanctuaries is also available. The floral diversity of Meghalaya is well reputed for its richness and has been a centre of attraction for many botanists. The presence of a large number of primitive flowering plants has prompted Takhtajan () to call it the Cradle of Flowering Plants’. Meghalaya harbours about 3, species of flowering plants and contributes about 18% of the total flora of the country.