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Dr M. Seetharamaraju


Ph.D. Degree awarded in June, 2015

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Worked on the ophiofauna of Telangana with research funding from the UGC - Research Fellowship in Sciences for Meritorious Student’s Scheme.  

Area of research is taxonomy, distribution, diversity, ecology and conservation of reptiles in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. My work also involves in understanding small mammals, birds and spiders in different aspects.

I like educating people towards developing interest to conserve nature, and appreciate its importance.  As part of environment education I am volunteering with different organizations like BraCons, WWF-India and BLESS.

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RESEARCH CONTRIBUTIONS


11. Seetharamaraju, M., C. Srinivasulu & B. Srinivasulu (2011). New records of Oligodon taeniolatus (Jerdon, 1853) (Reptilia: Colubridae) in Andhra Pradesh, India. Herpetology Notes, 4:421-423.

 

10.  Seetharamaraju, M., C. Srinivasulu, B. Srinivasulu & R. Sreekar (2011). Squamata, Scincidae, Eutropis trivittata (Hardwicke and Gray, 1827):       Distribution extension. Check List, 7(3):363-364.
 
9.    Seetharamaraju, M., C. Srinivasulu & Bhargavi Srinivasulu (2011). Additional site records of Indian Giant Squirrel Ratufa indica (Erxleben, 1777)         (Mammalia: Rodentia) in Godavari River Basin, Andhra Pradesh, India.Small Mammal Mail, 2(2): 6-7.
 
8.     Asha Jyothi, S., C. Srinivasulu, Bhargavi Srinivasulu, M. Seetharamaraju & Harpreet Kaur (2011). Further records of Argyrodes flavescens (Araneae:        Theridiidae) from Andhra Pradesh, India. Bugs R All, 17: 35- 36.
 
7.    Sreekar, R., C. Srinivasulu, M. Seetharamaraju & C. Aditya Srinivasulu (2010). Selection of egg attachment sites by the Indian Golden Gecko        Calodactylodes aureus (Beddome, 1870) (Reptilia: Gekkonidae) in Andhra Pradesh, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 2(11): 1268-1272.

6.    Sreekar, R., A. Naidu, M. Seetharamaraju and C. Srinivasulu (2010). Lesser Adjutant Stork and Stork-billed Kingfisher, additions to the birds of Kawal        Wildlife Sanctuary with notes on their distributions in Andhra Pradesh, India. Indian Birds 6(6):163-164.

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Javed, S.M.M., M. Seetharamaraju, K. Thulsi Rao, Farida Tampal & C. Srinivasulu (2010). Distribution of Lygosoma guentheri (Peter, 1879) (Reptilia:       Scincidae) in Andhra Pradesh, India.  Journal of Threatened Taxa 2(1): 639-643.

 
5.     M. Seetharamaraju, Harpreet Kaur, C. Srinivasulu & Bhargavi Srinivasulu (2010). Marbled Balloon Frog Uperodon systoma (Schneider, 1799), a new record for Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. Frog leg, 14: 4-5.
 
4.     M. Seetharamraju, R. Sreekar , Srinivasulu, C., Bhargavi Srinivasulu, Harpreet Kaur & P. Venkateshwarlu (2009). Rediscovery of Vosmer’s Writhing Skink Lygosoma vosmaerii (Gray, 1839) (Reptilia: Scincidae) with a note on its taxonomy. Journal of Threatened Taxa 1(12): 624-626.
 
3.     Srinivasulu, C., D. Venkateshwarlu & M. Seetharamraju (2009). Rediscovery of the Banded Krait Bungarus fasciatus (Schneider, 1801) (Serpentes: Elapidae) from Warangal district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 1(6): 353-354.
 
2.   Srinivasulu, C., Bhargavi Srinivasulu, P. Venkateshwarlu, M. Seetharamraju, Harpreet Kaur & R. Sreekar (2009). Present status of critically endangered species of Gyps in Andhra Pradesh, India. Curr. Sci. 96(4): 449-450. Impact Factor: 0.93
 
1.    M. Seetharamaraju, R. Sreekar, B. Venkateshwarlu & C. Srinivasulu (2008). Notes on the eggs and hatchlings of striped keelback Amphiesma stolatum (Linnaeus, 1758). Cobra, II(4): 20-21.
 
 
Others

1.    Seetharamraju, M. and C. Srinivasulu (2008). Rare Black Widow Spider found in Andhra Pradesh. Biodiversity News of Andhra Pradesh, 1(3-4):1

 





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