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Abstract This is the first study to describe the mitochondrial genome of the Himalayan Griffon, Gyps himalayensis, which is an… Expand Bio-logging, the on-animal deployment of miniaturised electronic data recorders, allows for the study of location, body position… Expand Soaring raptors can fly at high altitudes of up to 9000 m. The behavioural adjustments to high-altitude flights are largely… Expand Twenty-six species of Phellinus sensu lato, reported as medicinal mushrooms, are enumerated in this review. The species’ names… Expand Th e genus Haploclastus is represented by eight species in India. In this paper, we synonymise Haploclastus robustus Pocock, 1900… Expand Himalayan Snowcock(Tetraogallus himalayensis),which lived in the cold and arid region,is listed in Category II of the State Key… Expand Summary The population collapse of resident Gyps vulture species in South Asia, caused by the use of a veterinary drug diclofenac… Expand Abstract The dramatic population crashes of 3 species of Gyps vulture have raised concerns about the status of their lesser-known… Expand A redescription of adult of Sphedanolestes himalayensis Distant is given. The immatures and adults of S. himalayensis were found… Expand SummaryWhen given a choice, animals often prefer foraging habitats where predation risk is low, even if such habitats provide… Expand