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The Fauna of India and the Adjacent Countries Diptera: Sarcophagidae (Volume X)

 
B.C. Nandi (Author)
Synopsis This fauna volume on Sarcophagidae (flesh flies) deals with the introduction, brief history of the taxonomy, biology, distribution and morphological characters of different taxa including their taxonomic keys. Over 3,000 species of flesh flies are known all over the world of which 163 species under 50 genera and three subfamilies from India and the adjacent countries are described in the present volume. Available biological information highlighting the importance of the most of the species and their local and world distributions are also incorporated.
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About the author

B.C. Nandi

An M.Sc., Ph.D. of North Bengal University, and D.Sc. of Burdman University, Dr. B.C. Nandi started his research career on Indian Sarcophagidae in the year 1973 as a research fellow in the Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata. On completion of his Ph.D. work there, he joined West Bengal Education Service in 1976, and is at present working as a Reader in zoology in Hooghly Mohsin govt. College, Hooghly, west Bengal. Besides teaching he has been engaged in independent research work on Sarcophagidae and Muscidae of India and the adjacent countries. With more than 58 papers on Sarcophagidae, and 14 papers onIndian Calliphoridae and Muscidae, he is now actively engaged in the research work of the latter. Several scientific societies have made Dr. Nandi their honorary fellow in recognition of his scientific research.

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Title The Fauna of India and the Adjacent Countries Diptera: Sarcophagidae (Volume X)
Author B.C. Nandi
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185874611
length xxiv+608p., Figures; Map; References; Index; 26cm.