A research team records the distribution of pollen fossils of Crotonoideae species from different regions in India.
The beginning of seasonal monsoon and other geophysical changes due to the Himalayan uplift caused diverse species of ginger lily.
Although Sarus Cranes are monogamous, a new study shows a novel social unit called trios, where an additional adult is found along with two adults.
Diatoms — single-celled algae — can be indicators of the health of Karnataka’s rare Myristica swamps
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Not more than two decades ago, I played with snails on rainy days and would see them crawling abundantly on plants. My friends and I would collect them in glass bottles, treating them as pets.
It appears that snails have almost vanished from our gardens. Lush green landscapes and trees have dwindled to become a few patches of green separated by tall buildings in between.
Study finds that considering multiple social interactions as a whole instead of individual interactions helps identify the potential queen of a wasp colony.
Researchers from IIT B root for restoring Madurai’s historical water tank system to address the region’s water woes
Tropical savannas, replete with large expanses of grasslands, are often misclassified as wastelands.
Researchers find a greater abundance but an altered epiphyte community in selectively logged forests