Important Forest Insect Pests and Diseases of Bhutan with control Measures
This book is designed as field guide as well as teaching guide book for forestry students in Bhutan for identification of pests and diseases in the forest. Control measures are also given.against all the pests and diseases. This book is in pagemaker program therefore please refer by searching pages.
This simple report describes about the findings of rapid biodiversity assessment to evaluate feasibility of establishing Community Forest in the high forest as proposed by people of Naro Geog under Lingshi Dungkhag. Based on this report, the proposal was cancelled.
This is the result of my part time work. I started listing the insect that were described or recorded from Bhutan in the international and national journals, report etc. For more information on particular insect please refer the publications or books or report that I have mentioned in the last ref. column.
I hope this will be useful check list.
Principal Research Officer
RDSC Darla : Chukha Bhutan
Mobile No. 00-975-17628976
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I acknowledge my sincere thanks and appreciation to author of various articles which appeared in Entomologia Baselensis Vol. 1 to 13 and other reports and publications that I have gone through while preparing the above list.
A first record of Clanis hyperion Cadiou & Kitching, 1990 (Lepidoptera Sphingidae) in Bhutan, and a preliminary checklist of the hawkmoths of Mendrelgang, Bhutan. Journal of Threatened Taxa
An inventory of hawkmoths (Sphingidae) of Mendrelgang division of Tsirang District, Bhutan was undertaken between December 2011 and September 2012. A total of 27 species was recorded belonging to three subfamilies. The most notable wasClanis hyperionCadiou & Kitching 1990. The present record extends the known distribution ofC. hyperionto the eastern Himalaya, and significantly it is the first record of the species from northwest of the Brahmaputra River.
Keyword :Checklist,Clanis hyperion, eastern Himalaya, range extension.