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  • Title
    Eight new records of the family Erebidae (Lepidoptera: Noctuoidea) from India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    Eight species, spread over six subfamilies of family Erebidae, Ischyja hagenii (Snellen, 1885), Ophisma pallescens (Walker, [1863] 1864), Serrodes caesia Warren, 1915, Simplicia bimarginata (Walker, [1863], 1864), Diomea fasciata (Leech, 1900), Platyja acerces (Prout, 1928), Tamba delicata Prout, 1932, and Tiruvaca hollowayi Kobes, 1988 are reported for the first time from India. All the newly reported species are distributed in northeastern India. For each of the newly reported species: first and latest reference, diagnosis, wing length, remarks, material examined and distribution is given whereas, first reference and name of the type species is provided for the respective genus.
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    Jagbir Singh Kirti, Navneet Singh & Harkanwal Singh, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 9, No 7 (2017); pp. 10480–10486 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.3690.9.7.10480-10486
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    First records of butterflies Anthene emolus emolus (Godart, [1924]) (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae: Polyommatinae) and Gandaca harina assamica Moore, [1906] (Lepidoptera: Pieridae: Coliadinae) from Kumaon, Uttarakhand, India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    Reporting the range extension of the Common Ciliate Blue Anthene emolus emolus and the Tree Yellow Gandaca harina assamica to the Kumaon Himalaya in India
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    Sanjay Sondhi, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 9, No 6 (2017); pp. 10355–10357 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.3233.9.6.10355-10357
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    A first record of three hitherto unreported species of bats from Kerala, India with a note on Myotis peytoni (Mammalia: Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae)
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    Journal Article
    Description
    We provide specimen-based evidence and echolocation calls of an additional three species of bats in Kerala, India. A brief note on the taxonomy and nomenclature of Peyton’s Whiskered Myotis, and an updated checklist of bats of Kerala is also included.
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    Bhargavi Srinivasulu & Chelmala Srinivasulu, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 9, No 5 (2017); pp. 10216–10222 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.3324.9.5.10216-10222
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    A first note on foliicolous lichens of Assam, India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    A first note on foliicolous lichens of Assam enumerating 26 species belonging to 15 genera and eight families are provided. Four species viz., Bacidina apiahica, Byssoloma chlorinum, Calopadia fusca and Strigula nitidula are reported for the first time from Assam. A number of rare species are present, including Aulaxina uniseptata, Calenia aspidota and Psorotheciopsis patellarioides.
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    Pooja Gupta & G.P. Sinha, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 8, No 7 (2016); pp. 9014–9023 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.1882.8.7.9014-9023
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    An update on the distribution pattern and endemicity of three lesser-known tree species in the Western Ghats, India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    The present communication reports an update on the distribution of three endemic tree species of the Western Ghats-Sri Lanka biodiversity hotspot, namely, Atuna indica (Bedd.) Kosterm., Paracroton integrifolius (Airy Shaw) N.P.Balakr. & Chakrab. and Phaeanthus malabaricus Bedd. The discovery of these taxa in the Makutta Ghat of Kodagu District results in the extension of their northern range limits and further enriches the flora of Karnataka state by three more tree species. Within the Western Ghats, these taxa were previously recorded only from the states of Kerala and Tamil Nadu, while Paracroton integrifolius (Airy Shaw) N.P.Balakr. & Chakrab. has also been recorded from Sri Lanka. Nomenclature updates, detailed descriptions, conservation status and relevant notes on the habitat, phenology and distribution localization are supplied. Additionally, field photographs and scanned herbarium specimens are provided to facilitate easy identification of these taxa in the field.
    Attribution
    K. Sankara Rao, N.V. Page, A.N. Sringeswara, R. Arun Singh & Imran Baig, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 8, No 11 (2016); pp. 9350–9355 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.2362.8.11.9350-9355
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    Two additions to the flora of the Palni Hills, southern India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    Hiptage parvifolia Wight & Arn. (Malpighiaceae) and Kalanchoe olivacea Dalz. & Gibs. (Crassulaceae) are collected and reported for the first time from the Palni hills of Western Ghats from Tamil Nadu, India. This paper provided a detailed taxonomic description, distribution, illustrations and photographs for their easy identification.
    Attribution
    S. Soosairaj, P. Raja, B. Balaguru & T. Dons, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 8, No 9 (2016); pp. 9216–9220 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.2349.8.9.9216-9220
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    Noteworthy additions to the flora of Uttarakhand, western Himalaya, India

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    Journal Article
    Description
    During recent botanical explorations, we recorded three interesting plant species from the alpine regions (>3500m) of the Uttarakhand State in the western Himalaya. After a detailed scrutiny of the literature and herbarium specimens, we ascertain their identity and report them as additions to the flora of Uttarakhand. In this paper descriptions of these species along with their phenology, distribution, photographs, ecology and phytogeographical notes have been presented.
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    Ishwari D. Rai, Gajendra Singh & Gopal S. Rawat, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 8, No 7 (2016); pp. 9004–9008 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.2607.8.7.9004-9008
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    Aira (Poaceae): a new generic record for Nicobar Islands, India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    During plant exploration of Andaman and Nicobar in 2014, we were collected some interesting grass specimens from Kamorta Islands of Nicobar. After critical study and taxonomic analysis the unidentified grass species has identified as an Aira caryophyllea L. Perusals of relevant literature were revealed that, the genus Aira L. has so far not reported from Andaman and Nicobar islands. Hence, it is reported in present communication for new record to the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
    Attribution
    Kumar Vinod Chhotupuri Gosavi, Arun Nivrutti Chandore & Mayur Yashwant Kamble, Journal of Threatened Taxa, Vol 8, No 6 (2016); pp. 8948–8949 http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/jott.2128.8.6.8948-8949
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    Subterranian termite genus Odontotermes (Blattaria: Isoptera: Termitidae) from Chhattisgarh, India with its annotated checklist and revised key
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    The paper deals with eight subterranean species of termites of the genus Odontotermes from Chhattisgarh, India. Taxonomic descriptions along with photographs and key to all species have been provided.  Among them six species are reported for the first time from the state.  These six species are added to the previously known eight species resulting in a total of 14 species of termite belonging to four genera under the family Termitidae from Chhattisgarh. 
    Attribution
    Saha Nivedita, Mazumdar Prahlad C., Basak Jayati, Raha Angshuman, Majumder Amitava, Chandra Kailash; Journal of Threatened Taxa Vol 8, No 3 (2016) 26/3/2016; pp. 8602-8610; 10.11609/jott.2654.8.3.8602-8610
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    New records of rotifers (Rotifera: Eurotatoria) from Deepor Beel - a Ramsar site of India with an update on its rich rotifer diversity.
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    Journal Article
    Description
    Plankton samples collected from Deepor Beel (a Ramsar site), during July 2011 to June 2013, revealed 155 species of Rotifera, belonging to 35 genera and 20 families.  Of these, 16 species belonging to eight genera and seven families are new records to the rotifer fauna of this wetland of northeast India.  Our observations raise the total richness of the phylum known till date from this important floodplain lake (beel) of the Brahmaputra river basin to 171 species and thus highlight its biodiversity value as one of the globally rich Rotifera habitats.  The updated list is interesting for following meta-analyses of rotifer occurrence in this only well sampled freshwater ecosystem of the Indian sub-region. 
    Attribution
    Sharma B.K., Sharma Sumita (2015). Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(7) pp. 7011-7016; doi:10.11609/jott.1901.7011-7016
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    Additions to the grasses (Poaceae) of Telangana from Kawal Tiger Reserve, Adilabad District, India
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    Journal Article
    Description
    Three species of grasses viz., Dimeria orissae, Iseilema holei and Spodiopogon rhizophorus are being reported for the first time as new distributional records to Telangana from the Kawal Tiger Reserve. Detailed description and illustrations are provided here.
    Attribution
    Chorghe Alok, Mohan K. Chandra, Annamma P. S., Bhanja M., Venkatesh E. (2015). Journal of Threatened Taxa 9(7) pp. 7589-7594; doi:10.11609/jott.2188.7589-7594
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    New records of three species of fish in the upper reaches of the Brahmaputra and Surma-Meghna river basins, Meghalaya, India
    Type
    Journal Article
    Description
    Three species of fishes, viz., Bagarius yarrelli, Parambassis lala, listed Near Threatened and Hemibagrus menoda, Least Concern by IUCN, respectively belonging to the families Sisoridae, Ambassidae and Bagridae have been newly recorded from the upper reaches of the Brahmaputra and Surma-Megna river basins of Meghalaya.  Diagnostic characters and brief notes on the habitat ecology of the fishes are given in this paper. 
    Attribution
    Dey S., Manorama M., Ramanujam S. N. (2015). Journal of Threatened Taxa 12(7) pp. 7922-7926; doi:10.11609/jott.2381.7922-7926