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Mangrove Associated Molluscs of India

@inproceedings{Boominathan2012MangroveAM,
  title={Mangrove Associated Molluscs of India},
  author={Meganathan Boominathan and G. Ravikumar and M. D. Subash Chandran and T. V. Ramachandra},
  year={2012}
}
Phylum Mollusca, the second largest of invertebrates, comprises of soft bodied animals. They inhabit very diverse habitats like marine, estuarine, freshwater, terrestrial and arboreal. They play important role in the function and productivity of coastal mangrove swamps. The attempt here has been to provide comprehensive check list of molluscs found in the Indian mangrove areas, compiled from various sources and from our field studies in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka State. In India… 

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