Species In News UPSC Pdf 2021 | Plant & Species In News Compilation

Species In News UPSC Pdf 2021 | Species In News Compilation 2021 For UPSC Prelims 2021 Exam In Single Booklet. We Have Compiled All Important Planst And Species Which Were In News Recently In Single Booklet ( Species In News 2021 ) . This Booklet Contain Current Affairs From June 2019 To September 2021. This Booklet Is More than Enough For UPSC Prelims. You Do not Need to Read Any Other Source For Species In News . Details Of Booklet is Given below You Can Check .

Species In News UPSC Pdf 2021 | Species In News Compilation 2021

Species In News UPSC Pdf 2021 | Species In News Compilation 2021

Topic Species In News UPSC Pdf 2021 
Exam  UPSC CSE 2021
Booklet Name  Species In News 2021
Current Affairs Coverage  June 2019 To September 2021 ( 2 Years )
Format  Pdf
Medium  English
Number Of Pages  250+ Pages
Booklet Size  62 MB
Download Link  Plant & Species In News 2021 
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Prelims Radar 2021 : Plant & Species In News List 2021

Some Basic Information You Must Read before Reading Species In News For Basic Understanding.

  • Understanding Basic About Species & Their Status & Classification
  • International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) categories
  • Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) Categories
  • Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972
  • Wildlife Protection Act, 1972
  • Critically Endangered Animal Species of India ( Static Portion )
  • Critically Endangered Mammals
  • Critically Endangered Reptiles
  • Critically Endangered Amphibians
  • Critically Endangered Fishes
  • Critically Endangered Corals
  • Critically Endangered Spider

List Of Plant & Species In News 2021

  • Rare yellow turtle discovered in India

  • New genus of tree frog discovered in Andaman Islands and Northeast India

  • ‘Sitana dharwarensis’

  • Caracal

  • Ypthima Watsoni Butterfly

  • The Branded Royal Butterfly

  • Blue Mormon:

  • Spotted Angle Butterfly:

  • Lilac Silverline Butterfly:

  • Golden Birdwing: India’s Largest Butterfly

  • Southern Birdwing

  • The Himalayan brown bear

  • Euphranta siruvani

  • Cyrtodactylus Arunachalensis

  • Cladonotus bhaskari

  • The Great Indian Bustard

  • Indian Vultures

  • MACS 6478 wheat variety

  • Flood Resistant Paddy grown in Assam

  • Girnar 4 and Girnar 5

  • Cumbum Panneer Thratchai’ Grapes

  • Kolar Leaf Nosed Bat

  • Crocodile

  • Mugger or Marsh Crocodile

  • Estuarine or Saltwater Crocodile:

  • Gharial

  • Heeng (Ferula assa-foetida)

  • ‘Smallest reptile on earth‘ discovered in Madagascar

  • Systomus gracilis

  • Pygmy Hogs

  • Rare Black Softshell Turtle (Nilssonia nigricans)

  • Harmal Chilli’, Khaje and ‘Moira banana’ of GOA

  • Harmal Chilli :

  • Khaje :

  • Dalle Khursani Chillies from Sikkim

  • Pokkali Rice

  • Arka Shubha – New Marigold Variety

  • Netra Vaman dwarf variety – Cashew

  • Greater Adjutant Storks

  • CRYODRAKON BOREAS

  • Hoolock Gibbon

  • Arctic Kelps: Underwater forests in the Arctic

  • Assam Roofed Turtle

  • Manouria impressa: Arunachal Pradesh

  • Asian Forest Tortoise

  • Otters

  • About Smooth-Coated Otter:

  • India’s newest pit viper found in Arunachal Pradesh

  • Scaly Foot Snail

  • Tamil Yeoman

  • Rare Tarantula Sighted in Tamil Nadu

  • Declining Hangul (Kashmiri Stag)

  • Grizzled Giant Squirrel

  • African Forest Elephants

  • Asian Elephants

  • Brown Blotched Bengal Tree Frog

  • Purple frog

  • Nilgiri Tahr

  • Snow Leopard

  • Two New Species of Eels

  • Barn Owl Campaign in Lakshadweep

  • Bar-headed Goose

  • Gangetic River Dolphin

  • Conservation Initiatives:

  • Wildlife Protection Act, 1972

  • Tibetan Gazelles

  • Tiger

  • The Asiatic Lion

  • Himalayan Trillium

  • Hump-backed Mahseer ( Torremadeviiis )

  • Malabar Civet (Viverra Civettina)

  • Rameshwaram ornamental tarantula (Rameshwaram parachute spider)

  • Peacock Tarantula (Gooty Tarantula, Poecilotheria Tarantula, Peacock Parachute Spider)

  • Bengal Florican (Houbaropsis Bengalensis)

  • Sumatran Rhino (Dicerorhinus Sumatrensis)

  • Golden Langur

  • Dhole (Asiatic Wild Dog)

  • Lion-tailed macaque/ wanderoo (Macaca Silenus)

  • The Black Necked Crane

  • Golden Jackal

  • Northern River Terrapin (Batagur baska)

  • Turtle Survival Alliance (TSA):

  • The Malayan Giant Squirrel

  • Bharitalasuchus Tapani

  • Pyrostria Laljii

  • The Himalayan Serow

  • The Fishing Cat

  • Seabuckthorn Plantations

  • Sonneratia alba or mangrove Apple

  • Indian Muraingrasses

  • Bhagwan Mahavir National Park :

  • The Myristica Swamp Tree Frog

  • Dragonfly

  • Black-Browed Babbler

  • The Giant Leatherback Turtle

  • Litoria Mira

  • Odisha Blackbucks

  • Red-Eared Slider Turtle

  • Invasive Species of India :

  • Some commonly found alien species:

  • African apple snail (Achatina fulica):

  • Papaya Mealy Bug (Paracoccus marginatus):

  • Cotton Mealy Bug (Phenacoccus solenopsis):

  • Amazon sailfin catfish (Pterygoplichthys pardalis):

  • International Instruments and Programmes on Invasive Species :

  • The Indian star tortoises

  • White-bellied Heron

  • Eudiscopus denticulus ( disk-footed bat )

  • Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary :

  • Indian Rhino

  • The Houbara Bustard

  • The Indian Leopard

  • Nacaduba Sinhala Ramaswami

  • Hypnea Indica

  • Mandarin Duck

  • Indian bison (Gaur)

  • Zebrafish

  • Himalayan Viagra

  • Euphlyctis Kerala

  • Meghalaya’s Glowing Mushrooms

  • The Pangolin

  • The Hedgehog

  • House Sparrow

  • Skinks

  • Asian gracile skink” found from Western Ghats

  • Aenigma Channa Gollum Fish

  • National Butterfly Status

  • Krishna Peacock :

  • Common Jezebel :

  • Orange Oakleaf :

  • Five bar Swordtail :

  • The Common Nawab

  • Yellow Gorgon

  • Northern Jungle Queen

  • Raksasa Cockroach

  • Pied Cuckoo

  • Cestrum Nocturnum

  • Horseshoe Crab

  • Hilsa Fish

  • Buffy Fish Owl

  • Masked Finfoot

  • Eurasian Coot

  • Spoon-Billed Sandpiper

  • Swamp Wallaby

  • Flame-throated Bulbul

  • Steppe Eagle

  • White Rhinos

  • The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN)

  • Chinese Paddlefish

  • Senna Spectabilis

  • Locusts

  • Locust Warning Organisation (LWO)

  • Lost shark

  • Oaxaca Treefrog (Sarcohyla celata)

  • Gadwall Duck

  • Northern Shoveler

  • Common Pochard

  • The Asian Desert Warbler

  • Spot Billed Duck

  • Little Cormorant

  • Common Teal

  • Romulus Krait

  • Coliform

  • Indian Giant Squirrel And many More Which Are Covered In Booklet .

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