STUDY OF ORTHOPTERA FROM TARANGA HILLS, GUJARAT, INDIA
Keywords:Orthoptera, Diversity, Gujarat
Present study explored the Bio-diversity of Orthopteran fauna from Taranga hills from 2016 to 2018 using hand picking collection and light trap method. A total of 281 individuals, 23 species under 19 genera belonging to 13 subfamily and six families of Orthopterans have been recorded. Family Acrididae was a numerically dominant family. Family Gryllotalpidae, Gryllidae, Tetrigidae were numerically less dominant families.
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