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There is lable facility that you have to make as per your choice.
Sure. I will let you know about the response from Noah team.
Mark a email to Peter. I will support you man. I think this will attract Indian Biologists and naturalists which drastically missing on Project Noah. May be professionalism is a issue..!!
Well...it is true that Wild life exploration does not have a true professional outlook in India; but sure there is an increasing awareness about the same. I'm sure we'll catch up with the world soon.I was thinking of a mission to add here to tag the wildlife in India. Do you know how we can create a mission?
Chaitanya.. We Indians not look at Wild life in professional view..otherwise we have lot wild life to enjoy and being professionally involved. We are not exposed to this field in basic education in India.
Good evidences Ashish! I will check the plant again and see if it has purple or violet tinge flowers.
Most books available with Majestic Publications showroom.
Check reference books list on following sitehttp://www.dreamroutes.org/etc/handbooks...
Have read Flowers of Sahyadri of Shrikant Ingalhalikar..?
I believe Mandar is a different family of plants.
This is Mandar not Rui/Ruhi.Check difference of flowers in my spottinghttp://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/621...http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/606...
Thanks Ceherzog!Spotting updated.
Giant MilkweedCalotropis...not sure about the species.
Spotted on Jun 16, 2011 Submitted on Jun 16, 2011