Image from page 278 of "Bonner zoologische Beiträge : Herausgeber: Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander Koenig, Bonn" (1950)
Title: Bonner zoologische Beiträge : Herausgeber: Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander Koenig, Bonn
Publisher: Bonn : Das Forschungsinstitut
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T. KalaiCHELVA: Experimental, Morphological and Ecological Approach 259
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Fig. 5: Area a little away from the pond. A broad leaf Com- Fig. 6: Area at marshy edges of a pond with a rich growth melina weed is shown by an arrow. L. cowmandeliana and of narrow leaf Commelina. L. semifulva complex occur related species occur mostly in such an area. mostly in such environs. L. semifulva. The two species, which are products of Calcutta (India) (Jacoby 1908), Orissa and Tamilnadu synonymisation in this project, are obviously poly- (India) (Takizawa 1983), Nepal (Takizawa 1988), morphic. The various varieties, included in the two Kerala and Pondicherry (India) and Pakistan (Takiza- species, seem closely allied to Lema praeusta (Fabri- WA 1990), Himachal and Bengal (India) (Takizawa & cius). Basu 1987) and Taiwan (Kimoto & Chu 1996). Some Lema praeusta (Fabricius), described under the name other chrysomelids, with wide distribution, are also Lema coromandeliana, is widely distributed in the known to be polymorphic, e.g. Aspidimorpha miliaris Oriental Region. It is known from Coromandel and Fabricius, widely distributed in the Oriental region
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