A new distributional record for Gujarat state: Dipcadi saxorum Blatter

@article{Maurya2017AND,
  title={A new distributional record for Gujarat state: Dipcadi saxorum Blatter},
  author={R. Maurya and Umerfaruq M. Qureshimatva and Sandip B. Gamit and R. Singh and H. Solanki},
  journal={Town Planning Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={330-331}
}
The Shoolpaneshwar Wildlife Sanctuary is an important protected area of Gujarat State, India, established in 1989, encompassing an area of 607 km 2 . along the north-eastern border of Bharuch district. The area lies between 21o 03′ N to 21o 59′ N latitude and 73o 05′ E to 74o 10′ E longitude at an altitude of 800 to 900 msl. Dense forest of the sanctuary constitutes catchment of two major irrigation dams viz. Sardar Sarovar and Karjan dams. Hills of the sanctuary are part of the Satpudas, where… Expand

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