Discovery of species rich spot of Scheduled species Aporia nabellica, (Boisduval,[1836]) (Schedule II, Part II) from Sangla Valley (Kinnaur: Himachal Pradesh) along with notes on its taxonomy

Sidhu AK Nair A Kubendran T     

Abstract

In the present studies, a rich spot of scheduled species Aporia nabellica (Boisduval,[1836]), also known as Dusky blackvein, has been discovered from Kandha area in Sangla Valley (Kinnaur) in Himachal Pradesh, which is also reported as its additional distributional record. During present studies this species has been treated taxonomically, and its male & female genitalia have been studied and described for the first time.


MS Received Date:   2017-05-07  MS Accepted Date:  2017-08-20  MS Published Date:  2017-08-22
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Sidhu AK, Nair A., Kubendran T. "Discovery of species rich spot of Scheduled species Aporia nabellica, (Boisduval,[1836]) (Schedule II, Part II) from Sangla Valley (Kinnaur: Himachal Pradesh) along with notes on its taxonomy" Journal of Zoology Studies 4.4 (2017): 42-46.
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Sidhu, AK., Nair, A., Kubendran, T. (2017). Discovery of species rich spot of Scheduled species Aporia nabellica, (Boisduval,[1836]) (Schedule II, Part II) from Sangla Valley (Kinnaur: Himachal Pradesh) along with notes on its taxonomy. Journal of Zoology Studies, 4(4), 42-46.
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Sidhu AK, Nair A, Kubendran T. Discovery of species rich spot of Scheduled species Aporia nabellica, (Boisduval,[1836]) (Schedule II, Part II) from Sangla Valley (Kinnaur: Himachal Pradesh) along with notes on its taxonomy. Journal of Zoology Studies. 2017; 4(4): 42-46.
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