Loricata, testudines.

by Malcolm Arthur Smith

Publisher: R. Curtis Books in [Hollywood, Fla.]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 185 Downloads: 206
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  • India.

Subjects:

  • Turtles -- India.,
  • Crocodiles -- India.,
  • Reptiles -- India.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. xiii-xxvi.

StatementLondon, Taylor & Francis, 1931.
SeriesThe Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL666.C5 S62
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 185 p.
Number of Pages185
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5093888M
ISBN 100883590050
LC Control Number74165518

Pangshura tecta, commonly known as Indian roofed turtle, is a hard shell turtle mainly distributed across the river systems of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. The species grow up to mm. It is characterized by the presence of distinct “roof” on the carapace of the turtle. It is omnivourous and usu. The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma. Reptilia and Amphibia. Vol. I.—Loricata, Testudines. London: Secretary of State for India in Council. (Taylor and Francis, printers). xxviii + pp. + Plates I-II. (Hardella thurgi, pp. – + Figure 4 facing p. 50).   Biological Conservation 37 () Observations on the Identity of Some Indian Freshwater Turtles and Their Feeding Habits George Varghese & G. T. Tonapi* Department of Zoology, University of Poona, Pune , India ABSTRACT Five species of freshwater turtles, Trionyx leithii (Gray), Trionyx hurum (Gray), Lissemys punctata granosa (Schoepff), Melanochelys (= Geomyda) . PDF | On Jan 1, , R. Suresh Kumar and others published A natural history account of the Tricarinate Hill-Turtle Melanochelys tricarinata in the Doon Valley, Northern India. | Find, read and.

Reptile skin is covered with scutes or scales which, along with many other characteristics, distinguish reptiles from animals of other classes. Scales are made of alpha and beta-keratin and are formed from the epidermis (contrary to fish, in which the scales are formed from the dermis).They may be ossified or tubercular, as in the case of lizards, or modified elaborately, as in the case of snakes.   The keeled box turtle, Cuora mouhotii, is documented in southern Vietnam for the first time, extending the range of the species approximately km southward. The southern population is morphologically similar to the subspecies C. m. obsti and occurs in sympatry with Cuora picturata, a species recently discovered in the wild for the first time. As C. mouhotii is known to hybridize with the. Smith, Malcolm A. The Fauna of British India Including Ceylon and Burma. Reptilia and Amphibia Volume I.—Loricata, Testudines. Taylor and Francis, London, pp. Taylor, E.H. Turtles and crocodilians of Thailand and adjacent waters, with a synoptic herpetological bibliography. Univ. Kansas Sci. Bull. - get paper here.   An inventory of herpetofaunal diversity of Jamnagar city and vicinity areas, Gujarat, India carried out from August to December , using visual encounter, auditory strip transect, scanning of leaf-litter, rescue call and road kill survey. Data recorded by random sampling (Total Visits = , Sampling unit (N) = ) from rural to urban gradient level of Jamnagar city; 4 to 8 times.

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