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JCR. 2020; 7(19): 9926-9929


Kritish De, Manju Siliwal, Virendra Prasad Uniyal.

Riparian zones are one of the most biodiversity rich areas of the world. Flora and fauna of the riparian ecosystem, located at the boundary of the aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, provide a variety of ecosystem services. But it has been found that despite being extremely important, our knowledge of the flora and fauna of riparian region is extremely limited, particularly about the invertebrates. In this paper, we are providing a brief idea about spider diversity of the riparian ecosystem in India. We hope that in the future there will be more research on the flora and fauna of the riparian regions in India, which will benefit biodiversity conservation management.

Key words: Diversity, Spiders, Riparian area, India

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