Buddhi Ram Oli

Buddhi Ram Oli
Tribhuvan University · Central Department of Zoology

M.Sc. in Zoology (Entomology)
Dengue vectors ecology and biodiversity exploration from the Karnali Province, Nepal.

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Introduction
PhD scholar of T.U.; working on dengue vectors ecology and interested in insects (butterfly & dragonfly) & arachnids diversity.
Additional affiliations
February 2021 - June 2021
Tribhuvan University
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
March 2016 - March 2022
Central Department of Zoology. T.U.
Field of study
  • Entomology

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Publications (11)
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Butterfly diversity changes with habitat and meteorological factors. They are facing threats due to many environmental and anthropogenic causes so need their diversity and status investigation to initiate conservation programs. The butterfly diversity study was conducted at Kakrebihar protected forest, the first government-protected forest, from Ja...
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This paper aims to list the odonates fauna associated with rice fields and to study their behaviour in Sunwal, Central Nepal. Research was conducted from June to November 2019 in a rice field by establishing three study plots of (50×50) m2 each. A total of 33 odonata species (11 damselflies and 22 dragonflies) from six families were recorded. Six o...
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Globally, over 48,000 species are described (WSC 2021) of which 276 species of 106 genera in 24 families are so far reported from Nepal The present study was conducted in western, central, & Terai regions of Nepal during 2018–2020. Live specimens were photographed and some were collected and identified up to species level with the help of available...
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A female Hyllus semicupreus was observed feeding on an oxyopid spider (Oxyopes sp.) in Sunwal Municipality, Province 5, Nepal.
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This paper deals with two unusual mating behaviors viz. premature mating and clinging, observed in Asian Acraea issoria. Female were found mating soon after eclosion before first flight. In premature mating, the male locates the female imago just after its emergence and copulate by grasping her abdomen with claspers. Clinging behavior was observed...
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Water mites as ectoparasites on odonata documented in this paper is first report of Nepal. this paper deals with parasitic association with odonata at Pravash local ponds and ponds of Ramgram Stupa observed during 2018 and 2019 respectively. We recorded 101 mites from 16 individuals of odonata. Both dragonflies (Brachythemis contaminata, Crocothemi...
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Abstract: Species richness of butterfly changes with environmental factors and are facing threat due to habitat degradation and human encroachment. The study was conducted to list out the butterfly species and to determine their status in T.U. campus area, kirtipur, Kathmandu, Nepal. Ocular point observation and capture and release method was foll...
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This paper deals with the first comprehensive checklist of odonate species recorded in western Nepal. The present checklist is based on field survey from May 2017 to October 2018 in six different locations of western Nepal which reveals that there are 61 odonata species belonging 40 genera and 11 families. Family Libellulidae was dominant represent...
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The present investigation was conducted to study the diversity and status of butterflies at different sacred forests of Kathmandu valley, Nepal. Study was conducted at four sacred forests; Suryabinayak Sacred Forest (SSF), Dakshinkali Sacred Forest (DSF), Swyambhunath Sacred Forest (SwSF) and Pashupatinath Sacred Forest (PSF) of Kathmandu valley, t...

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