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۱Mushtaq–ul–Hassan, Distribution of Freshwater Turtles in Punjab, Pakistan (انگلیسی)
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اطلاعات انتشار: مجله علوم محيطي خزر، چهارم،شماره۲، ۲۰۰۶، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۶
A total of 3528 specimens of freshwater turtles belonging to two families viz., Geoemydidae (Brown River Turtle, Kachuga smithi; Indian Saw–backed turtle, K. tecta; Brahminy Rrive Turtle, Hardella thurgi; Spotted Pond Turtle, Geoclemys hamiltonii) and Trionychidae (Indian Soft–shell Turtle, Aspederates gangeticus; Peacock Soft–shell Turtle, A.hurum; Narrow–headed Soft–shell Turtle, Chitra indica; Indian Flap–shell Turtle, Lissemys punciata) were identified. Kachuga smithi (43.62%) and K.tecta (42.06%) had abundant population status, whereas, Hardella thurgi (0.88%) and Chitra indica (0.54%) were rare. Capturing of turtles for supply to foreigners and export is a major threat to these animals. Fishermen also kill them during fishing. Canal closure and de–silting is also harmful to turtles. It is concluded that it is necessary to provide immediate legal protection\coverage to all turtle species under the Punjab Wildlife Act, 1974, Pakistan; otherwise turtle species will become extinct.
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