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Trioceros melleri

Known as: Chamaeleo (Trioceros) melleri, Chamaeleo melleri, Ensirostris melleri 
National Institutes of Health

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Highly Cited
2004
Highly Cited
2004
To capture prey, chameleons ballistically project their tongues as far as 1.5 body lengths with accelerations of up to 500 m s(-2… 
2000
2000
Coprological examination of 83 East African chameleon specimens revealed 32.5% prevalence of coccidian parasites. Six species are… 
1990
1990
Exhippolysmata ensirostris fonned 27% of the non-penaeid prawn landings at Nawabunder, a major dol net centre in Saurashtra. The… 
1981
1981
Based on the presence of male and female reproductive systems in the same individual at all sizes and the functional nature of… 
1979
1979
The results of investigations on the fishery and biology of Hippolysmata ensirostris during 1970-75 at Bombay are presented. The… 
1974
1974
The food and feeding habits of juveniles of 'Koth' Otolithoides brunneus (Day), a sciaenid occurring along the coast of Bombay… 
1973
1973
Hermaphrodites are seldom found among prawns. In Hippotysmata ensirostris Kemp, a commercially important shrimp of Maharashtra… 
1966
1966
MENON (1940) has described the first two stages of the Hippolysmata sp. from Madras waters, whereas Kurien (1951) recorded the… 
1965
1965
Hippolysmata ensirostris which contributes to a minor extent to the crustacean fisheries of India is an ovoviviparous form…