New Record of Jauravia assamensis Kapur (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) from Peninsular India
Keywords:Ladybird beetle, Jauravia assamensis, new record, Peninsular India, Western Ghats, plants, life stages, dignostics, occurrence
The genus Jauravia (Coccinellidae: Coleoptera) is distributed in Myanmar, Sri Lanka, India and Nepal. This study documents the occurrence of J. assamensis Kapur on eight plants from Kolhapur and Satara, Maharashtra, India. Its distribution in Assam, Manipur and Meghalaya is known. This occurrence in the Western Ghats and peninsular India is detailed in this study along with the associated host plants, and life stages (larva, pupa and adult) in addition to its diagnostics.
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