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Volume 6 | Number 1
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Volume 6 | Number 1

Volume 6 | 2014
29 June 2014
ISSN: 1800-427X (printed) 1-71 pages + 16 plates

Cover Image: The Lesser Large-footed Bat (Myotis hasseltii)
© Duminda Dissanayake
- List of Articles & Contents
1. Population density and biomass of the wild prey species in a tropical deciduous forest, Central India
Narasimmarajan et al., Pp. 1-6 | PDF (559 KB)
2. Activity budget and perch characteristics of Pseudophilautus popularis (Manamendra-Arachchi & Pethiyagoda, 2005) (Amphibia: rhacophoridae) during the breeding season
Dayananda and Wickramsinghe, Pp. 7-11 | PDF (696 KB)
3. A new cryptic species of gecko of the genus Hemidactylus Oken, 1817 (Reptilia: Gekkonidae) from southern India
Mirza and Sanap, Pp. 12-20 | PDF (1.96 MB)
4. Use of tea plantation by wild mammals in Tamil Nadu, India
Gokula and Thangatamil, Pp. 21-26 | PDF (478 KB)
5. Tall Tales of a Tropical Squirrel
Meijaard et al., Pp. 27-31 | PDF (517 KB)
6. Studies on diversity, distribution, and conservation of THE bat fauna in Maharashtra State, India
Korad, Pp. 32-45 | PDF (922 KB)
7. Tachaea spongillicola (Cymothoida: Corallanidae) from West Bengal, India
Roy and Mitra, Pp. 46 | PDF (147 KB)
8. A pentastome (Armillifer moniliformis) parasitizing a common rat-snake
Fernando and Fernando, Pp. 47-48 | PDF (153 KB)
9. Marine Mollusc Diversity along the Southwest Coast of Sri Lanka
Rubesinghe and Krishnarajah, Pp. 49-52 | PDF (524 KB)
10. First confirmed record of Calodactylodes aureus (Reptilia) from Karnataka, India
Srinivasulu et al., Pp. 53-54 | PDF (156 KB)
11. Hemidactylus treutleri from Eastern Ghats, Andhra Pradesh, India
Narayana et al., Pp. 55 | PDF (185 KB)
12. On the herpetofauna in Loi Bher Wildlife Park, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Rais et al., Pp. 56-58 | PDF (419 KB)
13. Ceratophora stoddartii from Kegalle District (Sabaragamuwa Province), Sri Lanka
Udagedara et al., Pp. 59 | PDF (97 KB)
14. Morning territorial calls of male oriental magpie robin (Copsychus saularis)
Koli, Pp. 60-62 | PDF (1.00 MB)
15. The highest elevation record of the brown long-eared bat (Plecotus auritus)
Thapa et al., Pp. 63-65 | PDF (251 KB)
16. On the nectar feeding by the fulvous fruit bat (Rousettus leschenaulti)
Edirisinghe and Kusuminda, Pp. 66-67 | PDF (234 KB)
17. A breeding colony of the brown bat (Myotis hasseltii) from Sri Lanka
Wellappulli-Arachchi et al., Pp. 68-71 | PDF (522 KB)