By K. Kunte
Приведены сведения по распространению, экологии и поведению бабочек Индийского полуострова, способствующие развитию деятельности, связанной с наблюдением живых организмов. Книга представляет собой источник визуальной и фактической информации для всех, кто интересуется живой природой, стимулируя внимание к природному богатству Индии.
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It has been said to exist in several subspecies distinguished by their colour: black (called Rattus rattus rattus), brown (R. r. alexandrinus) and tawny (R. r. frugivorus). But these colour ‘morphs’ should not be treated as subspecies: they appear in all parts of the species’ vast range and may all occur among the offspring of a single female. The light coloured forms are evidently typical: the black form is common only in the northern parts of its distribution, in Europe and North America. Like Norways, individuals if taken young can be tamed (I have done it); but R.