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Seri biodiversity refers to the variability in silk producing insects and their host plants. The study deals with the diversity of wild silk moths from Khasi Hills of Meghalaya, North East India. A survey was conducted for a period of three years (2011-2013) to study wild silk moths, their distribution and host plants of the moths. During the study period, a total of fifteen species belonging to nine genera were recorded. Maximum number of individuals was recorded during the monsoon period and lesser in the pre and post monsoon period.
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Author(s): Jane Wanry Shangpliang and S.R. Hajong
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