Palaearctic


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Palaearctic

(ˌpælɪˈɑːktɪk)
adj
(Physical Geography) of or denoting a zoogeographical region consisting of Europe, Africa north of the Sahara, and most of Asia north of the Himalayas
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Azad Jammu and Kashmir is located at the junction of Palaearctic and Oriental region having rich mixed fauna and avian diversity of two geographical regions (Roberts, 1991) as well as the migratory birds of Central and Northern Europe who take the route of Afghanistan, Karakorum range, across river Indus in Pakistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and finally towards India (Ali and Ripley, 1987) to avoid adverse climatic conditions or in search of food but the local people are unaware of the avian role in ecosystems, leads to habitat destruction and hunting of bird species in the area.
Among 24 genera, only Deutonura and Endonura are Holarctic and reported from both the Palaearctic (Western and Eastern) and Nearctic.
Catalogue of Palaearctic Coleoptera; Volume 1: Archostemata-Myxophaga-Adephaga, Revised and Updated Edition
The European wildcat Felis silvestris is a medium-sized, elusive carnivore widely but patchily distributed throughout the Palaearctic (Yamaguchi et al.
This genus is large in number of species, includes 67 species (39 in the Afrotropical region, 1 in Andean, 10 in Australasian, 2 species in each of Nearctic and Neotropical, 37 in Oriental and 26 Palaearctic region).
The southward migration of Palaearctic birds over Ngulia, Kenya.
The genus is associated with 32 plant families, but only nine species have been recorded in Asteraceae (Gagne and Jaschhof, 2014): six in the Palaearctic Region: Clinodiplosis artemisiarum Kieffer, 1909; C.
Holarctic genus Polyaulon Forster), and the small Palaearctic genus Gnypetomorpha Forster (= Victorovia Tobias) (Tobias 1963).
1) is a fascinating asilid genus found only in the Afrotropical and Palaearctic regions.
The genus Anomala Samouelle, 1819 comprises of approximately 270 Palaearctic species (Zorn, 2006).
Soldan for his substantial contribution to the understanding of the Ephemeroptera of Palaearctic and Oriental realms.
Fore example Palaearctic catalogue of LObl and Smetana (2010) includes a total of 46 species of