A New Gibbaranea Archer, 1951 (Araneae: Araneidae) From West Bengal, India with A Note on Biogeography of the Genus
Gibbaranea indiana sp. nov. recorded from the tea estate of Dooars, West Bengal, India is described and illustrated. Find of the genus from India delimits the distribution range.
Is a brief history of taxonomy and identification of one of the most interesting groups of single as mushroom corals Fungiidae family, characterized by extraordinary forms of corallites and having Acroporidae and Faviidae the greatest number of genera and species diversity among all Scleractinian.
The present paper reports observations on anatomy of petioles hitherto uninvestigated 09 species belonging to 06 genera of the family Acanthaceae. The petioles (in T. S.) are usually circular or broadly circular in outline and adaxially channeled. The degree of development of endomorphic features and their distribution, inclusive of cell inclusions, are described.