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Wild caryopsis preferences of Indian Silverbill (Euodice malabarica) in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India


The caryopses of wild grasses consumed by the Indian Silverbill bird are documented in Jodhpur district. A total of 32 species of grasses are identified as life supporting plants for Indian Silverbill.


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