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Hyptis suaveolens: An emerging invader of Vindhyan plateau, India
(Weed Science Society of Japan, 2009)
This article addresses the change in species composition in Hyptis suaveolens-dominated and H. suaveolens-uninvaded locations in the Vindhyan dry deciduous forest of India.We also assessed the environmental variables that ...
Plant invasions along roads: a case study from central highlands, India
(Springer Science + Business Media B.V., 2009)
Road sides provide suitable conditions for the establishment and growth of non-native species. The phenomenon of non-native species spread through roads has further increased due to rapid anthropogenic developments. Here ...
The terrestrial life of sea kraits: insights from a long-term study on two Laticauda species (Reptilia: Squamata: Elapidae) in the Andaman Islands, India
(Creative Commons CC-BY 4.0, 2018)
Sea kraits forage in water and return to land to digest their prey, mate, slough, and lay their eggs. The temporal terrestrial patterns in encounter rate and behaviour of two species of sea kraits Laticauda colubrina and ...
Identifying knowledge gaps in the research and management of invasive species in India
India, a megadiverse tropical country is grappling with the issue of biological invasions. As a signatory to the Convention on Biological Diversity, India is committed for managing its major biological invasions by 2020. ...