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Abstract Sri Lanka has an exceptionally rich amphibian biodiversity with high endemism. This paper describes 106 amphibian species, the majority confined to rainforests and many threatened with extinction. The key factors causing amphibian decline in Sri Lanka are of anthropogenic origins;...
Abstract A thorough and accurate understanding of biodiversity can come only from objective inquiry. Libraries provide the foundation for academic and research institutions. Holdings generally reflect the state of knowledge but they can also reveal information gaps or anthropocentric bias. To...
Abstract A study was undertaken of the occurrence of ectomycorrhizal fungi in tropical forests of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, India. A total of 61 ectomycorrhizal mushroom species representing 9 genera were identified. Out of 61, 38 were Agaricales (61%), 11 Boletales (17%) and 12...
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