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  • Title
    A case of extensive congregation of Man-faced Stink Bug Catacanthus incarnatus (Drury) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae) together with new host records from western Maharashtra, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    A study was conducted on the congregation of Stink Bug Catacanthus incarnatus. For the first time this bug was reported at high altitude i.e., 792m. The study reports the congregation of C. incarnatus on four new host plant species viz., Ixora brachiata, Memecylon umbellatum, Glochidion ellipticum and Olea dioica. More infestation was observed on I. brachiata. 
    Attribution
    Waghmare S.H., Bhawane G.P., Koli Y.J., Gaikwad S.M. (2015). Journal of Threatened Taxa 8(7) pp. 7490-7492; doi:10.11609/jott.2121.7490-7492
  • Title
    Identity, biology and bionomics of the Common Mime Chilasa clytia Linnaeus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae)
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    Investigations were made on the identity, biology and bionomics of the Common Mime Chilasa clytia Linnaeus.  Morphological details of the external genitalia were found to be useful in segregating the two forms clytia and dissimilis belonging to this species.  The biology took 32–36 days for completion.  Besides the host plants already recorded, Litsea coriacea was recorded as a new larval host plant of this butterfly.  
    Attribution
    Revathy V.S., Mathew George (2014). Journal of Threatened Taxa 14(6) pp. 6719-6722; doi:10.11609/jott.1723.6719-6722
  • Title
    Distribution of Grasshoppers (Insecta: Orthoptera) among different host plants and habitats in two districts of Tamil Nadu, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    In a survey of grasshoppers in nine localities of northeastern Tamil Nadu, carried out from August 2004 to December 2006, 33 grasshopper species grouped under four families were recorded. Family Acrididae was found to be the predominant group of grasshoppers represented by 21 species, which was 63.6% of the total species collected. The acridids collected can be classified under seven subfamilies and 15 genera. Family Tettigoniidae was the second largest group represented by six species falling under five genera and three subfamilies, and this family contributed 18.2% to the total grasshopper species recorded in this study. Among the different habitats, grasses supported the highest number of 18 species (54.6%) while 11 species were surface grasshoppers. The painted grasshopper Poekilocerus pictus (Fab.) was collected from many plants viz., Calotropis, curry leaf, grass, groundnut, okra, and on ground. The maximum number of species was recorded from Manimangalam in Kancheepuram District during the entire study period.
    Attribution
    Paulraj M.G., Anbalagan V., Ignacimuthu S. (2009). Journal of Threatened Taxa 4(1) pp. 230-233; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o1878.230-3