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Preliminary study of order Araneae from Little Ran of Kutch, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1Zoology Department, Sheth M. N. Science College, Patan, India

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 11, Issue (1), Pages 26-31, January,22 (2022)


Present Study of order Araneae from various sites (Table-1) of Little Ran of Kutch was conducted from 2014 to 2015 using the handpicking collecting method. As the result of the study, a total of 88 species and 60 genera belonging to 20 families were identified. Family Araneidae, Lycosidae, and Salticidae were the most diverse families through followed by other families. Order Araneae of LRK was representing a total of 32.78% of the total families documented in India.


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