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Agoramurthy G and Vijay Kumar V (2011) Reintroducing the Cheetah in India’s Grassland-Glamour or
Conservation.Current Science, 101 (3), 10 August, 2011.
Agoramurthy G, Vijay Kumar V and Patel P (2011) Rice eating Jackals of The Rann of Kachchh. Current
Science, 101 (7), 10 October, 2011.
Bhatt DC, Joshi PN, Sorthia KD and Patel SK (2002). Fodder plants of Banni zone in Kachchh, Gujarat,
India. Advances in Plant Science. 15 (II): 425-428.
Bhatt DC, Mitaliya KD, Mehta SK and Joshi PN (2002). Note on Some ethno-medicinal plants of
Pachchham Hills of Kachchh district, Gujarat. Ethno-Botany. 14: 34-35.
Das SK, Joshua J and Pardeshi MK (2005). First Record of the Keeled Rock Gecko Cyrtodactylus
scarbum (Heyden 1827) from Gujarat state, India. Herpestence. 3 (1): 1-3.
De JK, Mahato, AKR and Ghosh MK (2013).Some observation on the Status and Conservation of
Swamp Deer (Cervus d. duvauceliCuvier, 1823) in Dudhwa National Park, India.Records of theZoological Survey of India: 113(3): 01-09.
Divya L, Jessen G, Suriyanarayanan S and Karthikeyan K (2014). Studies On PathogenicBacterial
Strains From Selected Sewage Treatment Plants (STPs) Of Mysore, Karnataka,India During Different Seasons: A Comparative Appraisal. Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 9(1): 1-7.
Dixit AM and Geevan CP (2002). Multivariate ordination approach for identification of sub- regional
homogeneities in Gujarat. Western India. Journal of Environmental Management. 64: 13-23.
Dixit AM and Rao SVS (2000). Observation on distribution and habitat characteristics of Gugal
(Commiphora wightii) in the arid region of Kachchh, Gujarat (India). Tropical Ecology. 41 (1): 81-88.
Dixit AM, Geevan CP and Silori CS (2001). Status of natural terrestrial vegetation in Gujarat. A
reassessment. Indian Forester. 127 (5): 533-546.
Gajera N, Dave SM and Dharaiya NA (2008). Feeding pattern and den ecology of Striped Hyena
(Hyaena hyaena) in the North Gujarat, India. Tiger paper. 36 (1): 13-17.
Gajera N, Dave SM and Dharaiya NA (2009); Nesting ecology of terrestrial birds in Danta reserve
forest, Gujarat. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 1 (3): 170-173.
Gajera N, Pardeshi M and Vijay Kumar V (2010). Biodiversity and distribution of Avifauna in thorn
forest habitats of Western Kachchh region, Gujarat, India. In: Proceedings: Impact of Climate Change on Biodiversity and Challenges in Thar Desert (Ed. Ramakrishna, Chandra K, BohraP and Sharma G) Records of the Zoological Survey of India: 267-276.
Jayanthi G and Karthikeyan K (2015).Endophytic Fungi. SACON ENVIS Newsletter,SarovarSaurabh.
Joshi EP, Jain BK and Joshi PN (2006). Hot Spot of rare and endangered plant species near Bhuj area,
Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Advances in Biological Sciences. 5 (2): 49-53.
Joshi EP, Jain BK and Joshi PN (2006). Some noteworthy plants from Tapkeshwari hill range, Kachchh
district, Gujarat, India. Advances in Biological Sciences. 5 (2): 111-114.
Joshi PN (2004). Some noteworthy plants from Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Advances in Biological
Sciences. 3 (1 & 2): 99-104.
Joshi PN (2009). Local perceptions of grassland change and priorities for conservation of natural
vegetation in Banni, Gujarat. News from Drynet. 4: 9-11. (January 2009).
Joshi PN and Bhatt DC (2006). Observation on the weed flora with special emphasis to crop fields of
Bhuj and Mandvi talukas of Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Journal of Ecoinomic and Taxonomic Botany. 30 (4): 865-872.
Joshi PN and Bhatt DC (2006). Observation on the Weed Flora with Special Emphasis to Crop Fields of
Bhuj and Mandvi Talukas of Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany.30 (4): 865-872.
Joshi PN and Muthuandavan L (2008). New sighting and distribution record of Ratel or Honey Badger
(Mellivora capensis indica Kerr, 1792) in the Kachchh forest of Gujarat. Tiger Paper. 35 (1): 12.
Joshi PN, Bhatt DC, Mitaliya KD, Patel SK and Lashkari PK (2003). Religious trees and its economic
importance of Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Advances in Plant Science 16 (II): 399-402.
Joshi PN, Joshua J and Soni H (2005). Etymological history of some floral elements: A case study for
Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Plant Archives. 5 (1): 29-40.
Joshi PN, Joshua J and Sunderraj SFW (2004). Population structure and dynamics of threatened plant
species in Bhuj and Mandvi talukas of Kachchh district. Advances in Biological Sciences. 3 (1 & 2): 13-17.
Joshi PN, Joshua J, Sunderraj SFW and Bhatt DC (2004). Ecological study on the dominance grasses in
Bhuj and Mandvi talukas of Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Advances in Biological Sciences. 3 (1 & 2): 23-28.
Joshi PN, Kumar V, Koladiya M, Patel YS and Karthik T (2009). Local perceptions of grassland change
and priorities for conservation of natural resources of Banni, Gujarat, India. Journal of Frontiers of Biology in China. 4: 549-556.
Joshua J, Gokula V and Sunderraj SFW (2007). Status of Pied Tit Parus nuchalis in Narayan Sarovar
Sanctuary, Gujarat, India. Indian Birds. 3 (3): 91-93 (May-June 2007).
Karthik T, Patel Y, Koladiya M, Pardeshi M and Joshi PN (2009). Dispersal of Prosopis juliflora seeds in
the feces of wildlife in the Banni grassland of Kachchh Desert, Gujarat. Tigerpaper. 36 (3): 31-32.
Koladiya MH (2011). Bird observation Note on Sighting of Houbara Bustard.Journal of Prakruti,
Gandhinagar, Gujarat, 19: 37-39.
Koladiya MH, Mahato AKR and Vijay Kumar V (2012).Activity budgets of sympatric birds in Banni
region of Kachchh district, Gujarat, India. Proceedings of the Zoological Society65(1):52–56. DOI 10.1007/s12595-012-0028-1.
Kumar GP, Mahato AKR and Patel Y (2012).On a collection of aculeate Hymenoptera from Bhuj,
Gujarat. Bugs ‘R All,19: 10-13.
Kundu S, Mondal N, Lyla PS and Ajmal Khan S (2010). Biodiversity and Seasonal variation of
Macrobenthic infaunal community in the inshore waters off Parangipettai Coast. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. (Online First).
Mahato AKR, Vijay Kumar V and Patel N (2012).Indian flying fox in Hamirsar Lake, Bhuj city needs
conservation attention, Current Science, 103(4): 354-355.
Meena RL Joshi PN, PatelYS and Koladiya MH (2011).Nursery technique for sustainable cultivation of
guggul (Commiphorawightii) in arid region (Kachchh) of Gujarat.Journal of Indian Forester, 137 (4): 521-524
Meena RL, Korvadia VT, Dave AB and Joshi PN (2008). A Note on Greater Rann of Kachchh, Kachchh
District, Gujarat with Special Reference to Flamingo City. Indian Forester. 1393-1397 (October 2008).
Mitaliya KD, Bhatt DC, Patel DM and Joshi PN (2001). Medicinal value of some selected stem bark used
by tribes and rural folk in Gujarat. Advances in Plant Sciences. 14 (I): 191-195.
Mitaliya KD, Joshi PN, Pandya NA and Bhatt DC (2002). Studies on plants employed for fodder in
Saurashtra. Advances in Plant Sciences. 15 (II): 415-419.
Mondal N, Rajkumar M, Sun J, Kundu S, Lyla PS, Ajmal Khan S and Trilles JP (2010). Biodiversity of
brackish water amphipods (crustacean) in two estuaries, south east coast of India. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. (Online First).
MuthuAndavan M, Pardeshi M, Joshua J and Sundarraj SFW (2008). Resighting of Indian or Greater
False Vampire in Kodinar, Junagadh district of Gujarat. Tigerpaper. 35(2): 28.
Pardeshi M and Prusty BAK (2010).Termites as ecosystem engineers and potentials for soil
restoration.Current Science. 99 (1): 11.
Pardeshi M and VijayKumar V (In Press). Additional Records of Keeled Rock gecko Cyrtopodion
Scabrum (Heyden, 1827) from Kachchh District, Gujarat, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa.
Pardeshi M, Kumar D and Bhatttacharyya A (In Press). Termite (Insecta: Isoptera) Fauna of
Some Pardeshi M, Kumar D and Bhatttacharyya A (In Press). Termite (Insecta: Isoptera) Fauna of Some Agricultural Crops of Vadodara, Gujarat (India). Zoological Survey of India, Zoological Records.
Agricultural Crops of Vadodara, Gujarat (India). Zoological Survey of India, Zoological Records.
Pardeshi M, Vijay Kumar V, Das SK (2009). Observations on unusual foraging behavior of
Acanthodactylus cantoris Günther, 1864 in the western Kachchh region of Gujarat, India.Journal of Bombay Natural History society. 106 (2): 209-210.
Pardeshi M, VijayKumar V and Das SK (In Press). Observations on unusual foraging behavior of
Acanthodactylus cantoris Günther, 1864 in the western Kachchh region of Gujarat, India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society.
Pardeshi M, VijayKumar V, Gajera N and Kumar A (2008). Hardwick’s spiny-tailed lizard (Uromastyx
hardwickii, Gray 1827) preyed on by Indian sand boa (Eryx johnii, Russell 1801). Journal of Bombay Natural History society. 105 (3): 343-344.
Patel RM, Mahato AKR and Patel YS (2014). Study on the floristic diversity of two newly recorded
sacred groves from Kachchh district of Gujarat, India. Indian Journal of Plant sciences, 3 (1): 75-81.
Patel RM, Vijay Kumar V and KumarA (2012).Structure and composition of woody vegetation in
western Kachchh, Gujarat.Journal of Bioscience research, 3(3): 163-174.
Prusty B. Anjan Kumar (2009). Need for conservation of wetlands in arid Kachchh region. Current
Science. 97 (6): 745-746 (25 September 2009).
Saravanakumar A and Thivakaran GA (2000). Threats to Mangroves in Gulf of Kachchh, Gujarat Coast.
Sesharyana. 8(1): 18-20.
Saravanakumar A, Rajkumar M, Sen J, Sesh Serebiah J and Thivakaran GA (2009). Forest Structure of
Arid Zone Mangroves in Relation to Chemical and Physical Environment in Western Gulf of Kachchh, Gujarat. Journal of Coastal Conservation. 13: 217-234.
Saravanakumar A, Rajkumar M, Sesh Serebiah J and Thivakaran GA (2009). Fishery Resources in Arid
Zone Mangroves in Gulf of Kachchh, Gujarat, Northwest coast of India. Journal of Ocean University, China. 8 (3): 233-240.
Saravanakumar A, Rajkumar M, Sesh Serebiah J and Thivakaran GA (2008). Seasonal Variation in
Physio-Chemical Characteristics of Water, Sediment and Soil Texture in Arid Zone Mangroves of Kachchh, Gujarat. Journal of Environmental Biology. 29(5): 725-732.
Saravanakumar A, Rajkumar M, Thivakaran GA and Sesh Serebiah J (2008). Abundance and Seasonal
Variation of Phytoplankton in the creek water of western mangroves of Kachchh-Gujarat. Journal of Environmental Biology. 29(2): 271-274.
Sawale and ThivakaranGA (2013). Structural Characteristics of Mangrove Forest of Kachchh, Gujarat.
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, 54 (2).
Shah JP (2004). Anatomical structure and components of secondary vascular tissues in Azadirachta
indica Juss. Geobios. 31: 173-176.
Shah JP and SomusundaramS (2010). Preliminary GIS and Remote sensing analysis on Banni
grasslands, Kachchh “PRAJNA” Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences18:15 – 17.
Shah JP and Thivakaran GA (2012).Status and Distribution of Halophytes in Kachchh District – A
review Current Agriculture,36: 27- 36.
Shah JP and Thivakaran GA (2014).Germination and Growth Performance of CommiphoraWightiiand
Acacia Senegal under different Salinity from Arid Coast of Kachchh, Gujarat.ABHINAV, Journal of Research in Science & Technology, 2 (7) ISSN 2277-1174.
Sharma D and Sunderraj SFW (2005). Species selection for improving disturbed habitat in western
India. Current Science. 88 (1): 462-475.
Silori CS, Thivakaran GA, Joshi NM and Rana AR (2003). Managing mangroves: Regeneration and
sustainability of the Mangroves in Gujarat. Wastelands News. XVIII (4): 51-56.
Soni VC, Sharma P, Dave SM, Bhalodia K and Vijay Kumar V (IN Press). Nesting Ecology of some
terrestrial birds in Rajkot city (Gujarat). Journal of Current Biosciences.
Soni, VC, Kiran K, Dave SM, Bhalodia K and Vijay Kumar V (IN Press). Wetland birds of semiarid area
of Saurashtra (India). The Auk.
Sunderraj SFW and Joshua J (2006). Status report on the UNEP-CMS Sea turtle project on the Gujarat
Coast, India. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter. (3): 6-10.
Sunderraj SFW and Serebiah JS (1998). Status of coastal wetlands in Gujarat – A briefing. ENVIS
Publication Series 3/98. CAS in Marine Biology, Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu. Pp. 6-15.
Sunderraj SFW, Joshua J and Serebiah JS (2001). Sea Turtles along the Gujarat Coast. Kachhapa. 5:
Thivakaran GA (1998). Mangrove Ecosystem of Gujarat: Problems and Conservation Needs.
Seshaiyana. ENVIS News letter on Estuaries, Mangrove, Corals reefs, and Lagoons. CAS in Marine Biology, Portonovo, Tamil Nadu. 6 (1): 6-8.
Thivakaran GA and Sawale AK (2013).Mangrove Macrofaunal Diversity and Community Structure in
Mundra and Jakhau, Kachchh, Gujarat.Indian Journal of Marine Science, (Accepted).
Thivakaran GA, Saravanakumar A, Serebiah JS, Joshua J, Sunderraj SFW and Vijaya Kumar V (2002).
Vegetation structure of Kachchh mangroves, Gujarat, Northwest Coast of India. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences. 32 (1): 37-44.
Vijay Kumar V, Singh YD and Patel IL (2000). A Review of Banni grassland restoration approach,
Kachchh district, Gujarat. Journal of Banaras Hindu University.