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Item Description: Hard Bound. Book Condition: New. (Size: 24 x 16.5cms,), Introduction, Material and Methods, Abbreviations, Family Argidae, Family Cimbicidae, Family Diprionifae, Family Pamphiliidae, Family Siricidae, Family Xiphydriidae, Family Orussidae, Bibiography, IIIustrations, Index to Scientific names. x+168 Verify ISBN for International Edition, Year of Publication 2009 8121107423. Bookseller Inventory # 145312

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M S Saini

Published by BSMPS, Dehradun (2007)

ISBN 10: 8121105749 ISBN 13: 9788121105743

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Item Description: BSMPS, Dehradun, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Introduction. 2. Material and Methods. 3. Genus Tenthredo Linnaeus. 4. Key to the Indian species of Genus Tenthredo L. 5. Species catalogue. Abbreviations. Bibliography. Illustrations. Index to the scientific names. This volume covers the first revisionary work on Indian Tenthredo after Malaise 1945. To the hitherto very scanty and fragmentary informations i.e. only about 70 species and subspecies contributed by various taxonomists from the Indian subcontinent 126 species have been added in the form of new as well as first record from the faunistic limits of India. So this volume deals with 196 species/subspecies (new as well as first record) are contributed by Saini and his co workers during the last 25 years. This contribution is an outcome of an extensive and intensive collection surveys of all high altitude localities situated along the entire Himalayan Belt and the Hills of North Eastern States. By providing detailed identification key elaborate catalogue and good number of illustrations (particularly those dealing with genitalia) this work not only compiles the hitherto scattered information on the taxonomic records of this genus it also lays a very solid and stable foundation for the future Sawfly workers intending to explore different aspects of these insects. The author hopes with this reference work at their disposal the future Sawfly workers of this region will be able to contribute tremendously in this field. 250 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 68906

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Item Description: BSMPS, Dehra Dun, 2007. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Materials and methods. Family Tenthredinindae (Key to Subfamilies). Subfamily Tenthrediniae (Key to genera). 1. Genus Aglaostigma Kirby. 2. Genus Beldonea Cameron. 3. Genus Colochelyna Konow. 4. Genus Conaspidia Konow. 5. Genus Cromaphya Rohwer. 6. Genus Macrophya Dahlbom. 7. Genus Metallopeus Malaise. 8. Genus Neocolochelyna Malaise. 9. Genus Neocorymbas Saini et al. 10. Genus Pachyprotasis Hartig. 11. Genus Peus Konow. 12. Genus Propodea Malaise. 13. Genus Rhogogaster Konow. 14. Genus Siobla Cameron. 15. Genus Tyloceridius Malaise. Abbreviations. Bibliography. Illustrations. Index to the scientific names. This compilation on Indian Sawflies Biodiversity is the first comprehensive monographic treatment after Malaise 1945 that puts together an up to date know how regarding the taxonomic information on subfamily Tenthredininae excluding genus Tenthredo L. from Indian subcontinent. Prior to the works of Saini and his co workers i.e. about two and half decades back there was very meager and scanty information regarding this Sawfly Taxon. If seen in terms of arithmetic before Saini and his party took up this group for further studies from this region only 30 species belonging to 12 genera were on record. And the present picture is all together changed one with 130 species belonging to 15 genera which include 75 species and 1 genus as new to science and 2 genera along with 25 species as the first record. Nevertheless to accomplish this arduous task a thorough and repeated survey of all high altitude forest regions along the entire Himalayan belt was undertaken. In its present form this work on Indian Tenthredininae provides an elaborate identification keys to all of its taxa their detailed catalogue illustrations and diagnostic features. It is not known why sub order Symphyta (Hymenoptera was not covered under Fauna of British India volumes but it certainly turned out to be the main reason for the stunted taxonomic growth of this insect group particularly at the hands of Indian naturalists. Summeringly this treatment is sure to go a long way in removing the existing lacunae and bankruptcy of knowledge thus paving a way for those enthusiasts who would intended to dig deep into this field of research. 234 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 68907

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ISBN 10: 8121105080 ISBN 13: 9788121105088

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Item Description: BSMPS, Dehra Dun, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Material and methods. Taxonomic characters. Subfamily selandriinae. Key to the Indian genera of Selandriinae. Genus 1. Alloselandria Malaise. 2. Anapeptamena Konow. 3. Aneugmenus Hartig. 4. Busarbia Cameron. 5. Busarbidea Rohwer. 6. Busarbina Malaise. 7. Canonarea Malaise. 8. Canonias Konow. 9. Denticornia Malaise. 10. Duplunguis Malaise. 11. Edenticornia Malaise. 12. Hanumantus Saini Singh Singh and Singh. 13. Hemitaxonus Ashmead. 14. Heptamelus Haliday. 15. Iconia Malaise. 16. Neostromboceros Rohwer. 17. Neothrinax Enslin. 18. Nesoselandria Rohwer. 19. Ridgea Saini and Saini. 20. Strongylogaster Dahlbom. Subfamily dolerinae Thomson. 21. Dolerus Panzer. Author's remarks regarding some species. The latest position of subfamilies. Selandriinae and dolerinae. Abbreviations. Bibliography. Index to the scientific names. This book embodies the first revisionary work on subfamilies selandriinae (1944). To the previous knowledge only 11 genera covering 20 species under these two subfamilies 10 genera and 110 species (both new as well as the first record) have been added by the author and his co workers. This contribution is an outcome of an extensive and intensive surveys of all high altitude regions both along the entire Himalayan belt as well as South Indian Hills during the last 24 years. By providing elaborate identification keys both at generic and species level detailed catalogue illustrations and diagnostic features of all genera this work not only compiles the hitherto scattered information regarding these two subfamilies it also lays a very sound foundation for the future workers intending to work on different aspects of these insects. Furthermore since the suborder symphyta (hymenoptera) as a whole was not covered under Fauna of British India volumes so due to lack of proper identification keys this economically important group of insects remained intentionally or unintentionally ignored at the hands of Indian naturalists. However the present contribution will definitely cover this flaw and the future symphytologists of this region will not feel handicapped from this angle and are sure to further contribute tremendously in this field. 168 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 68909

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ISBN 10: 8121105226 ISBN 13: 9788121105224

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Item Description: BSMPS, Dehra Dun, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Material and methods. Subfamily blennocampinae Konow. Key to the Indian genera of blennocampinae. Genus 1. Amonophadnus Rohwer. 2. Anisoartha Cameron. 3. Ardis Konow. 4. Corpilus Malaise. 5. Davida Saini and Vasu. 6. Diranga Saini and Vasu. 7. Eutomostethus Enslin. 8. Loopica Saini and Vasu. 9. Neoclia Malaise. 10. Pasteelsia Malaise. 11. Periclista Konow. 12. Phymatoceridea Rohwer. 13. Phymatoceropsis Rohwer. 14. Senoclidea Rohwer. Subfamily Heterarthrinae Benson Key to Indian genera of heterarthrinae. 15. Birmindia Malaise. 16. Caliroa O. Costa. 17. Heterarthrus Stephans. 18. Metallus Forbes. 19. Profenusa MacGillivray. 20. Satabara Ross. Subfamily Nematinae Dalla Torre Key to the Indian genera of nematinae. 21. Amauronematus Konow. 22. Cladius Illiger. 23. Craesus Leach. 24. Hemichroa Stephens. 25. Megadineura Malaise. 25. Nematus Panzer. 26. Pachynematus Konow. 27. Priophorus Dahlbom. 28. Pristiphora Latreille. The latest position of these subfamilies. Abbreviations. Bibliography. Index to the scientific names. The present volume on Indian Sawflies Biodiversity is the first comprehensive monographic work that puts forward an up to date account of taxonomic knowledge regarding blennocampinae heterarthrinae and nematinae. Till about two decades back very meagre taxonomic knowledge regarding these three subfamilies was widely known only 14 genera covering 22 species from the faunistic limits of India. However a substantial contribution has been made by Saini and his co workers during the last 23 years wherein they brought to light 15 additional genera covering 85 species (both new as well as first record). Nevertheless to accomplish this arduous task a thorough survey of all high altitude forest regions along the entire Himalayan belt was made. This work provides elaborate identification keys detailed catalogue illustrations and diagnostic features of all taxa so far recorded from India under these three subfamilies. Since sub order symphyta (Hymenoptera) was not covered under Fauna of British India volumes so due to lack of very basic know how regarding this insect group any further taxonomic work particularly by Indian workers remained stranded. Summarisingly this contribution is sure to remove any existing bankruptcy of knowledge and definitely pave a path for those enthusiasts who intend to dig deep into this field and keep the further scope of research alive. 182 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 68910

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ISBN 10: 8121105048 ISBN 13: 9788121105040

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Item Description: BSMPS, Dehra Dun, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Past work. Material and methods. Taxonomic characters used in the text. Subfamily allantiae. Key to the Indian genera of allantinae. Genus 1. Allantidea Rohwer. 2. Allantopsis Rohwer. 3. Anisotaxonus Saini and Vasu. 4. Athalia Ieach. 5. Athlophorus Burmeister. 6. Beleses Cameron. 7. Clypea Malaise. 8. Darjilingia Malaise. 9. Empronus Malaise. 10. Eusunoxa Enslin. 11. Ferna Malaise. 12. Formosempria Takeuchi. 13. Hemathlophorus Malaise. 14. Hemibeleses Takeuchi. 15. Hemkuntus Saini and Deep. 16. Hennedyella Forsius. 17. Himindica Saini. 18. Hypsathalia Benson. 19. Indostegia Malaise. 20. Indotaxonus Malaise. 21. Isotaxonus Saini and Vasu. 22. Kambaitina Malaise. 23. Mallachiella Malaise. 24. Monostegidea Rohwer. 25. Neotaxonus Saini and Vasu. 26. Nepala Muche. 27. Ocla Malaise. 28. Oralia Malaise. 29. Sunoxa Cameron. 30. Tala Malaise. 31. Ungulia Malaise. 32. Generic and species table of Indian allantinae. Abbreviations. Bibliography. Index to scientific names. This volume on Sawflies Diversity of Indian subcontinent deals with subfamily Allantinae (Symphyta Tenthredinidae). This is an outcome of 30 years extensive and intensive survey of all high altitude regions of India covering the entire Himalayan belt and the hills of South India. Based on about 8000 specimens this work covers 143 species belonging to 31 genera. Prior to this work only 34 species and subspecies belonging to 17 genera were on record. 5 genera and 87 species have been contributed by the author and his co workers whereas 9 genera covering 22 species constitute the first record from this country. This is the first comprehensive monographic work compiled on this subfamily of sawflies from this region. Economically this is very important group of insects as its developmental stages are pests on the plants such as Birch Dogwood Wild and cultivated straw berries apples roses violets willows alder walnut and many other herb and shrubs having lot of medicinal importance. So that the future workers intending to work on this group may not face any difficulty detailed keys both at the generic and species level are provided. A detailed catalogue is give that covers the entire available information on this subfamily. To substantiate the species identification detailed illustrations population variations if any and some species specific characters are given. Since this group of insects was not covered in the fauna of British India volumes so it remained intentionally ignored at the level of Indian naturalists. However now this work will pave a way for the future studies on Indian sawflies. 206 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 68908

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Item Description: BSMPS, Dehra Dun, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. Material and methods. Family Argidae Key to the Indian genera of Argidae. 1. Genus Aproceros Malaise. 2. Genus Arge Schrank. 3. Genus Athermantus Kirby. 4. Genus Cibdela Konow. 5. Genus Pampsilota Konow. 6. Genus Pseudosinarge Saini 168 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 76687

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Published by Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh (2010)

ISBN 10: 8121105080 ISBN 13: 9788121105088

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Item Description: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M8121105080

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