AQUATIC HEMIPTERA OF POCHARAM LAKE, ANDHRA PRADESH

@article{Deepa2007AQUATICHO,
  title={AQUATIC HEMIPTERA OF POCHARAM LAKE, ANDHRA PRADESH},
  author={J. Deepa and C. Rao},
  journal={Zoos' Print Journal},
  year={2007},
  volume={22},
  pages={2937-2939}
}
Systematic Account Family: Nepidae Subfamily: Ranantrinae 1. Ranatra elongata (Fabricius) 1790. Ranatra elongata Fabricius, Skirf. Nat.Selesk., 1: 228 1994. Ranatra elongata Fabricius: Thirumalai, Rec. zool. Surv. India, Occ. Pap. No. 165: 22 Material examined: 3 exs., 4.xi.2003, Wadalaparthy, S.S. Kamble & Party; 4 exs., 22.xii.2004, Rajpet, Deepa & Party; 4 exs., 12.iv.2005, Pocharam village, SVAC Sekhar & Party. Diagnostic characters: This species can be identified by the structure of the… Expand
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