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Books/Chapters/ Manuals


  1. Ahmad, M. 1962. Termite fauna of  West Pakistan. In Termites in the Humid Tropics: Proceedings of New Delhi Symposium, 1960): 67-68. Paris (UNESCO).

  2. Araujo, R. L. 1977. Catalogo dos Isoptera do Novo Mundo: 1-92.

  3. Ayyar, T.V.R. 1940. Handbook of Economic Entomology for South India. viii + 1 + 528 p. Madras. (Suprintendent of Government Printing, Madras). Reprited 1984, New Delhi: International Books and Periodical Supply Service.

  4. Banks, N. and Snyder, T.E. 1920. A revisión of the nearctic termites with notes on biology and geopgraphic distribution. Bulletin of the United States national Museum, No. 108: 1-228.

  5. Beeson, C.F.C. 1941. The Ecology and Control of the Forest Insects of India and the Neighbouring Countries. ii + 1007 pp., many figures. Dehra Dun (Vasant Press). Reprint 1961, 8 + 10 + 767 pp. Manager of Public, Government of India, Delhi.

  6. Chaudhry, M.I., et al. 1972. Termites of Pakistan: Identity, Distribution and Ecological Relationships. (Final Technical Report.) xiv + 70 + 3pp. + 15 pls. + 2 pp. (errata) + 81 pp. (figs.) + 3 pp. (index). Peshawar (Pakistan Forest Institute).

  7. Chhotani, G. (nee Bose, G.). 1970. Termite fauna of southern India No. 1. Kalotermitidae. Proceedings of 57th Session of Indian Science Congress, Kharagpur, 1970: 438.

  8. Termite Problems in India (Edited By M.L. Roonwal): 22-27. New Delhi (Council of Scientific and industrial Research).


  9. Mahapatro, G.K., Sachin, K. and Arunkumar, K. 2014. A Manual: Collection, Preservation and Identification of Termites. ICAR National Fellow Project, Division of Entomology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. 26p.


  10. Mahapatro, G.K. and Debajyoti, C. 2016. Integrated termite management: in the context of indoor and outdoor pest status. Springer Publication (Eds: Md. Aslam Khan and Wasim Ahmad), Biology Department, Faculty of Science, Jazan University, KSA (invited book chapter).

  11. Mahapatro, G.K. 2016. Integrated Pest Management in floriculture for urban and rural prosperity. Pp.38-48. Souvenir & Abstracts. In: Silver Jubilee National Conference on Floriculture and Landscaping for Urban & Rural Prosperity, Indian Society of Ornamental Horticulture, 28-29 February, 2016, ICAR – IARI, New Delhi. 162p.

  12. Mahapatro G.K. and Debajyoti, C. 2015. Termite Management in Horticulture. In: Advances in Pest Management Science and Technology (eds. Chakraborty AK et al.), Invited Chapter.

  13. Mahapatro, G.K. and Ashok Bhatnagar 2015. Termites in Agricultural Crops & their Management. In: The XVIII Group Meeting of All India Network Project on Soil Arthropod Pests, June 19-20, 2015 at CSK Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvavidyalya, Palampur (HP).

  14. Mahapatro, G.K. 2015. Soil arthropods, molluscs and their management (Section: Pests of General Importance). Pp. 68-77. In: Compendium of Lecture notes, ICAR – Winter School, 26 Feb – 18 Mar 2015, ICAR – NRCIPM, New Delhi. Pp.545.

  15. Mahapatro, G.K. 2014. Termites - An Ideal Model of Selective and Opportunistic r and K Strategist Caste System. In: National Symposium on Entomology as a Science and IPM as a Technology- the way forward, November 14-15, College of Horticulture and Forestry Central Agricultural University, Pasighat-791002, Arunachal Pradesh. 192p.

  16. Mahapatro, G.K. and Sachin, K. 2012. Termite management courses: national need in teaching and research front.  Pp.191-196. In: Agricultural Research and Sustainable Development in India (eds. SP Singh, PR Shukla, T Nath & R Kumar. DK Agencies Pvt Ltd. (DK 224238).

  17. Mahapatro, G.K. 2011. Environmentally sustainable termite control: an Indian perspective. Recent Trends in the Integrated Pest management. Invited papers of the 3rd Congress on Insect Science, April 18-20, 2011, INSAIS, PAU, Ludhiana, India. 

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