2 edition of Termite fauna (Isoptera) of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Indian Ocean found in the catalog.
Termite fauna (Isoptera) of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Indian Ocean
P. K. Maiti
Includes bibliographical references (p. 105-107).
|Statement||by P.K. Maiti & S.K. Chakraborty ; edited by the Director, Zoological Survey of India.|
|Series||Records of the Zoological Survey of India ;, occasional paper no. 167|
|Contributions||Chakraborty, S. K., of Zoological Survey of India., Zoological Survey of India.|
|LC Classifications||QL529.25.A5 M35 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||97901681|
This exciting coloring book, documenting the flora and fauna of the African plains, will thrill colorists and nature lovers alike. Forty-one realistic scenes (including four double-page spreads), meticulously researched and accurately rendered by artist Dianne Gaspas-Ettl, . Given the chance, the subterranean termite will eat your home to the ground. One key factor to be on the lookout for in regards to a termite infestation is the presence of flying termites swarming in large clusters. One of the triggers of a termite swarms is the combination of the increase in temperature with a heavy rain fall/5().
tennite fauna from Gujarat by adding one more genus and fourteen species. Adams was the first author to publish the first record of termite from Rajasthan in the year but he did not mention about any particular species. In contrary to the existing inadequate. They exhibit a significant preference to a particular food and are primarily dependent on cellulose, which they obtain from both living and dead wood. For cellulose digestion, they are totally dependent on the microscopic intestinal fauna, as they cannot synthesize cellulase. Environmental factors affect termite by: 2.
Termites (Isoptera: Termitidae) are increasingly becoming more damaging to maize in the drier areas of Southern Africa where they can inflict severe damage on a number of () reported that most of the termite species attacking maize in tropical Africa belong to the subfamily Macrotermitinae, of which Macrotermes, Microtermes, and Odontotermes are the prominent genera. Beetle larvae that inhabit termite nests present modifications that allow them to cohabitate with the termites. Some are physogastric and bear special glands and different setae all over their bodies, whereas others are not physogastric. Both kinds of larvae may be termite predators. Some species usually live in the nest cabbage pan, feeding on organic matter, mushrooms, and excrements or Cited by:
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In book: Termites and Sustainable Management (pp) The structure of the termite fauna can vary considerably between areas in the same. 1 Termites: An Overview. Termite fauna of southern India. Calcutta: Zoological Survey of India, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Geeta Bose.
Termites book. Book April The termite assemblages were considerably different among sites, with a. conspicuous reduction in both diversity and abundance with increased. Some termite genera have bacteria that fix relatively small amounts of N, but others, including Mastotermes and Nasutitermes, fix from to 21 g N g-1 fresh wt day This equals μg N per colony per day, which would double the N content if N 2 fixation was the sole source of N and the rate per termite remained constant (N content of.
All about the Different Types of Termites, Termite Life Cycle, Identification, Facts & Other Information. What do Termites Look Like. The termite belongs to the order of the roaches called Blattodea. It has been known for decades that termites are closely related to cockroaches, predominately the wood eating species of roach.
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Sri Lanka is a tropical island situated close to the southern tip of India. The invertebrate fauna is as large as it is common to other regions of the world.
There are about 2 million species of arthropods found in the world, and still it is counting. So many new species are discover up to this time also. Indian Termite (Insecta: Isoptera) Fauna.
Species of termites in India is updated to The greatest contribution on Indian region termites was made by Roonwal and Chhotani () and Chhotani () in “Fauna of India and Adjacent Countries Isoptera (Termites)”.They recorded species of termites belonging to seven families and 59 genera from the Indian subcontinent (Bangladesh.
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The New World Kalotermitidae constitute about one-fourth of all termite species in this region. The geographic distributions of all fifteen kalotermitid genera are updated based on records in the University of Florida Termite Collection and in the literature.
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Abstract. Termite,an exopterygotan insect are eusocial,polymorphic and live in small to large species construct discrete nests with a complicated are mound or subterranean or arboreal nest are homeostatic are more than species of termites distributed mainly in the tropical and subtropical countries,but few are es are.
The results showed that at least 45 species of termites, belonging to four families, are used in the world, with 43 species used in human diet and/or in livestock feeding.
Nine termite species are used as a therapeutic resource. There is an overlapping use of seven species. The use of termites was registered in 29 countries over three by: Conditions regulating native subterranean termites in natural habitats are poorly understood. As primary wood decomposers, termites contribute to nutrient cycling, soil fertility and stability, and forest productivity, so alterations to ecosystems from climate change is critical.
Research is needed to investigate the biological, ecological, and physical parameters associated with the diversity. Termite problems in India: a symposium held under the auspices of the Biological Research Committee, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research, New Delhi, on March, Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (India).
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Please see the bibliographic details to the right. Cited by: 9. Mathews' book has a large local termite inventory, and recorded more than species, among seven vegetation types; many more species than the vast majority of other local termite fauna inventories (see Constantino, ; Constantino & Acioli, ).
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