Birds are important species for conservation planning and environmental assessments in view of achieving better ecological understanding and its balance. Measuring the Biodiversity has a significant role in indicating the ecological balance of the nature. Therefore objective of this paper is to conduct the research study on Biodiversity of Avifauna in Terrestrial and Aquatic surroundings of Wyra, Paler reservoirs of Khammam district of Telangana state, India.
This paper describes a new species of Channa from the Poma River (Brahmaputra River basin) in Papum Pare district of Arunachal Pradesh, northeastern India. The new species can be differentiated from its congeners occurring in Eastern Himalayan region in India and northern and southern Rakhine State, Myanmar in having the following combination of characters:
Parasteatoda is one of the species rich genus of the family Theridiidae. About 43 species of genus Parasteatoda is reported from different parts of world so far. Parasteatoda celsabdomina (Zhu, 1998) is reported for the first time from India.