Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society (JBNHS)

JournalCover Journal of Bombay Natural History Society (JBNHS)

Print ISSN : 0006-6982

Online ISSN: 2454-1095

Frequency : Triannual

Executive Editor : Dr. Deepak Apte

Aims and Scope

The Journal of Bombay Natural History Society publishes, since 1886, concise reports of original research in natural history, taxonomy and other aspects of zoology and botany of general interest. JBNHS aims to publish as rapidly as is consistent with the requirements of peer-review and normal publishing constraints.

Keywords: Natural History, zoology, botany, behaviour, habits, habitats, systematics, conservation

Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS)– a membership-driven organization - has been promoting the cause of a natural India for the past 130 years since 1883. It was started by 8 Mumbai citizens, of which two were Indians. The Society's guiding principle has always been that conservation must be based on scientific research - a tradition exemplified by its former president, late Dr. Sálim Ali. Designated as a Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India.

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Volume 112, Issue 3, December 2015

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Table of Contents


Deepak Apte, Parveen Shaikh 125-126
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Miscellaneous Notes - Mammals

Indian Roundleaf Bat Hipposideros lankadiva: First Record for Bangladesh
Anik Saha, Mohammed Mostafa Feeroz, Kamrul Hasan 165-166
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Miscellaneous Notes - Aves

Miscellaneous Notes - Reptiles

Miscellaneous Notes - Fish

Rabbit Fish Siganus canaliculatus: A New Host Record for Isopod Parasite Nerocila arres Bowman and Tareen, 1983
Malay Kanti Dev Roy, Shibananda Rath, Santanu Mitra, Subhrendu Sekhar Mishra 177-178
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Miscellaneous Notes - Insects

Miscellaneous Notes - Other Invertebrates

Three New Records of Opisthobranchs (Mollusca) from Lakshadweep Islands, India
Deepak Apte, Idrees Babu, V. K. Salahuddin 183-185
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First Record of Titiscania limacina Bergh, 1890 (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from India
Deepak Apte, Sayali Nerurkar 185-188
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Miscellaneous Notes - Botany

Portulaca granulato-stellulata (Poelln.) Ricceri & Arrigoni: A New Record for Flora of Gujarat, India
Rupesh Maurya, Umerfaruq M. Qureshimatva, Jaivin Patel, Hitesh Solanki 188-189
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Additions to the Flowering Plants of Goa, India
Sharad S. Kambale, Anup S. Deshpande, Ravikiran S. Pagare 189-191
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Viral Diseases of Four Tree Species in forest Nurseries of Indore, India
Hemant Pathak, S. C. Silawat 191-193
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