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Type: Adobe PDF User: HARESCHANDRA JAYANETHTHI Licence: by-sa

Blob A Preliminary Study of Ichthyofauna of Kukulugala Fo...

Created: 2015-03-04 15:02:07 | Last updated: 2015-03-04 15:03:52

Credits: User HARESCHANDRA JAYANETHTHI

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the report discuss about Ichthyofauna diversity of Kukulugala rain forest patch 

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Blob A new record of endangered Jonklaas Loach Lepidoceph...

Created: 2015-03-04 14:57:16

Credits: User HARESCHANDRA JAYANETHTHI

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Loaches are small fishes that adapted for bottom dwelling life. The bodies are sub-cylindrical with flattened ventral  aspect. They all belong to family Cobitidae of super family Cobitoidea (Loaches) under the Order Cypriniformes. They  have a sub-orbital spine on their cheeks below the eyes. The body is covered with minute cycloid scales and they possess three or more pairs of short barbels (Nelson, 1976). They do not have air bladder as they always settle ...

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Blob SOME OBSERVATIONS OF Cnemaspis podihuna DERANIYAGALA...

Created: 2015-03-04 14:50:51

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The dwarf day gecko Cnemaspis podihuna is the smallest gecko recorded in Sri Lanka, and it is considered endemic to the island. According to the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) Red List it is an endangered species. This small gecko has been previously recorded from fourteen areas of dry mixed forest and wet forest.here we record this species from new localities: Buddhangala, Geelone, Malayadikanda, and Nilgala. The information avai...

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Blob SOME OBSERVATIONS OF NESTING BEHAVIOR OF RUFOUS-BELL...

Created: 2015-03-04 14:47:35

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This eagle’s nest building was observed while the author was walking halfway through the mountain passing a Dothaluya tea plantation at around 9 in the morningThe rufous-bellied eagle’s characteristic behaviour was observed at Sabaragamuwa Province in Gamthuna village in Kegalla District. Located close to Kegalle City limits, the village consists of three sub-villages. Udugama is the village at the highest point, in the middle is Medagama an...

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