X.—Observations on a Disease, the production of a Fungus, occurring in the Lettuce and other Vegetables

  title={X.—Observations on a Disease, the production of a Fungus, occurring in the Lettuce and other Vegetables},
  author={Arthur Hill Hassall},
  journal={Journal of Natural History},
  • A. Hassall
  • Published 1 August 1843
  • Geography
  • Journal of Natural History
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Biology, Ecology, and Conservation of Golden Langur, Trachypithecus geei

Activity pattern showed a bimodal diurnal activity pattern in feeding with peaks in the morning and evening hours, and Golden Langur is folivorous in nature and feeds on a variety of food plants.

Genetic Diversity and Structure among Isolated Populations of the Endangered Gees Golden Langur in Assam, India

The present study sequenced and analyzed around 500 bases of the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) hypervariable region-I from 59 fecal samples of wild langur collected from nine forest fragments to estimate the genetic diversity in the Indian population of golden langur and established that T. geei is monophyletic but revealed possible hybridization with capped langur, T. pileatus, in the wild.

Status and Conservation of Golden Langur in Chakrashila Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam, India

Abstract: The golden langur, Trachypithecus geei, is an endangered species endemic to India and Bhutan. Its distribution is limited to a small forest belt in western Assam in Northeast India and

Further observations on the golden langur (Presbytis geeiKhajuria, 1956), with a note to capped langur (Presbytis pileatusBlyth, 1843) of Assam

In continuation of the field work that was initiated in the summer of 1973 another field trip to the same area of Goalpara district was undertaken in the winter of 1973 and later on a survey of Manas

The golden langur,Presbytis geeiKhajuria: Its discovery, authorship, taxonomic status, and bibliography

An appraisal of the present information available on the discovery, authoriship, and taxonomic status of the golden langur, Presbytis geeiKhajuria of Assam, India, shows the keen interest shown by various workers in the animal in a short period since its discovery in 1956.

Primates obtained in Peninsular Thailand June–July, 1973, with notes on the distribution of continental Southeast Asian leaf-monkeys (Presbytis)

During five weeks of field work 50 specimens of seven species of primates were obtained in peninsular Thailand. For each of these species information is given concerning external measurements,

The golden langurs (Presbytis geei Khajuria, 1956) of Assam

The ecology and behaviour of golden langurs were studied in the western forests of Assam and the similiarity and differences in their behaviour from those of Hanuman langurs have been discussed.

Status and distribution of golden langurs (Trachypithecus geei) in Assam, India

Demographic trends indicate a decline in the golden langur population, and small group sizes, isolated distribution, proportionately few infants and juveniles, and degrading habitat are all causes of concern.