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  • Title
    A report on the extended distribution of Polycarpaea aurea (Caryophyllaceae), an endemic herbaceous species, to Chota Nagpur Plateau, Jharkhand, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    The extended distribution of Polycarpaea aurea (Wight) Dunn to the Chota Nagpur Plateau is discussed with a detailed description, illustration and images. The present collection from the Palkot Wildlife Sanctuary also forms a new record to the flora of Jharkhand. This species is endemic to peninsular, Central and Eastern India.
    Attribution
    Mastakar Vijay Kumar, Lakshminarasimhan P., Modak Madhuri (2015). Journal of Threatened Taxa 12(7) pp. 7950-7952; doi:10.11609/jott.2387.7950-7952
  • Title
    Ichthyofauna of Dimna Lake, East Singhbhum District, Jharkhand, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    A survey of freshwater fishes was conducted in Dimna Lake Jharkhand, India between January 2008 and December 2008. A total of 40 species representing 28 genera and 15 families were identified. Family Cyprinidae, accounted for 50% of all the species recorded. Among the 40 species recorded, 7 are vulnerable and only one is under the endangered category.
    Attribution
    Verma S.K., Murmu T.D. (2010). Journal of Threatened Taxa 6(2) pp. 992-993; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o2223.992-3
  • Title
    An insight into the ethnozoology of Panch Pargana area of Jharkand, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    Panch Pargana area of Jharkhand stretches from the southeastern of Ranchi District to some parts of the districts of West Singhbhum, Saraikela and borders of West Bengal. The ethnic groups residing in this area include the Munda, Oraon, Bedia and Santhal. Many insects, molluscs, fishes etc. and their products are used by certain sections of these people for therapy and prophylaxis, individually or combined with some herbs. In this study specimens of such medically useful animals have been collected after surveying remote tribal areas and ‘village markets’ called ‘hats’. Personal views of Vaidyas, Pahans, knowledgeable elderly persons and patients who have been cured were documented through questionnaire. More than eight such ethnozoological examples, seven combinants, herbs hosting insects, and a fungus have been identified in the present study.
    Attribution
    Kumari B., Kumar S. (2009). Journal of Threatened Taxa 8(1) pp. 441-443; doi:10.11609/JoTT.o1717.441-3