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dc.contributor.authorAnnandale, N.
dc.identifier.citationRecords of the Indian Museum, vol.1(1); 1907; 35-43
dc.description.abstractA general survey the fauna of brackishwater ponds at Port Canning, Lower Bengal, India, was carried out The Port Canning is situated on the Matla river having numerous creeks which runup into the delta of the Ganges about sixty miles from the open sea The environmental factors, and chemical composition of the water are studied A general description of the fauna of these ponds, with notes on some particularly striking species are given Specimens of several important groups of aquatic invertebrates and vertebrates are discussed with many representative species In this survey many species are recorded as new to science The flora of the ponds consists chiefly of filamentous and unicellular algae
dc.publisherTrustees of the Indian Museum
dc.relation.ispartofRec Indian Mus
dc.subject.otherbiological surveys
dc.subject.otherbrackishwater environment
dc.subject.otherenvironmental factors
dc.subject.otherchemical properties
dc.subject.otheraquatic animals
dc.subject.otheraquatic plants
dc.subject.othernew species
dc.subject.otherISW, India, West Bengal, Port Canning
dc.titleThe fauna of brackish ponds at Port Canning, Lower Bengal Part 1 - Introduction and Preliminary Account of the Fauna
dc.typeJournal Article
dc.affiliation.authorIndian Museum, Calcutta, West Bengal, India

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