Indomalayan


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Indomalayan

(ĭn′dō-mə-lā′ən)
adj. Biology
Of or designating the Oriental biogeographic region.
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Guil and Cabrero-Sanudo (2007) noted that almost none of the authors of papers on tardigrades from the Afrotropical and Indomalayan realms are from those areas themselves.
Hill 1992 The Mammals of the Indomalayan Region: A Systematic Review: Oxford: Oxford University Press.
It lies in Thar Desert of Indomalayan Realm (Udvardy, 1975).
The genus comprises more than 77 species (Simmons 2005) which are distributed throughout the Afrotropical Australian Indomalayan Oceanian and Palaearctic regions (Csorba et al.
The otter was reported by Wayre (1972) in the Palearctic region up to Indomalayan region including northwest of Himalayas and adjacent area.
The latest comprehensive work on the classification of the family (Stibick, 1979) treats the group as a subfamily, position shared with many authors since Schenkling (1927), including those interested in the Palaearctic (Leseigneur, 1972; Rudolph, 1974; Lohse, 1979), Indomalayan (Fleutiaux, 1941) and Nearctic faunas (Arnett, 1962; Blackwelder, 1974).
The reservoir has a muddy bottom (WWF, 2008) and lies within a biogeographic province named Thar Desert of Indomalayan Realm (Code No.1.4.15) (Udvardy, 1975).