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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Study on the butterfly diversity in Chittaranjan town, Bardhaman district, West Bengal

Author(s):
Subhra Mallik, Sagata Mondal and Nirmal Debnath
Abstract:
Butterflies are the most charismatic insects. They are always a centre of attraction because of unique pattern and colorization of their wings. Present study portrays the diversity and abundance of butterfly species at Chittaranjan, a locomotive area of district Paschim Bardhaman. This survey was conducted during August, 2021 to March, 2022. A total of 47 species of butterflies belongs to 38 genera and 5 families were recorded from six different area. The relative abundance, Species diversity index, Species Dominance and Species Evenness of different butterflies were also studied in the present study. The family Nymphalidae was seen as the most dominant among five families.
Pages: 2892-2899  |  439 Views  219 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Subhra Mallik, Sagata Mondal and Nirmal Debnath. Study on the butterfly diversity in Chittaranjan town, Bardhaman district, West Bengal. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 2892-2899.

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