First of all I and my group members give a hearty „Thank
you‟ to all the guides, teachers and the supporting
members for t...
Kingdom : Animalia

Phylum

: Arthropoda

Class

: Arachinda

Order

: Araneae

Family

: Araneidae

Genus

: Cyrtophora

...
CHARACTERISTICS OF CYRTOPHORASP
• The Tent-web
spiders(genus Cyrtophora), althou
gh technically orb-webspiders (family Ara...
THE SPIDERS WHICH WE SAW WERE……………..
Kingdom : Animalia

Phylum : Arthropoda
Class : Insecta

Order : Hymenoptera
Family : Apidae

Genus : Apis
Species : Melli...
Bees are flying insects that
are related to wasps, hornets
and ants. Most bees have
short, thick bodies covered
with hair ...
THE ONE WHICH WE OBSERVED WAS…………………
3.CHAMELEON
Kingdom : Animalia

Phylum
Class

: Chordata
: Reptilia

Order

: Squamata

Family

: Chamaeleonidae

Genus
Sp...
CHARACTERISTICS OF CHAMELEON
Chameleons are best known for their
ability to change colors easily.
Scientists now believe t...
THE ONES WHICH WE SAW WERE…………………
4. DRAGONFLY
Kingdom : Animalia

Phylum
Class

: Arthropoda
: Insecta

Order

: Odonata

Family

: Libellulidae

Genus

: ...
CHARACTERISTICS OF DRAGONFLY
A dragonfly is an insect and so has
three main body segments and six legs.
However, unlike ot...
THE ONES WHICH WE SAW WERE…………………
5.TERRESTIAL FLOWER
Kingdom : Plantae

Phylum
Class

: Magnoliophyta
: Magnoliopsida

Order

: Lamiales

Family

: Acantha...
CHARACTERISTICS OF E.PULLCHELUM
Eranthemum pulchellum (Eranthemum
nervosum, English: Blue Eranthemum, or Blue

Sage) is a ...
THE ONES WHICH WE SAW WERE…………………
1. The Cyrtophorasp spider’s
females have a length of
about:
a)9mm

b)11mm
c)12mm

d)10mm
2. What is the botanical name of
honeybee?
a)Mafa Mellifera
b)Scerier Mellifera
c)Apis Mellifera
d)Frems Mellifera
3. Does the characteristic
changing the colour of
chameleon’s body depend on
their mood?
a)True
b)False
4. The Dragonfly belongs to
which class:
a)Archinda
b)Magnoliopsida

c)Insecta
d)Reptilia
5. Eranthemum pulchellum ‘s
another name is
a)Red Nervousm
b)Scolistic Ferem
c)Blue sage
d)Magnifera Indica
Wildlife sanctuary of Phansad
Wildlife sanctuary of Phansad
Wildlife sanctuary of Phansad
Wildlife sanctuary of Phansad
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It is a presentation on the flora and fauna which we found in Phansad Wildlife Sanctuay. There are many of the organisms but we have added some of them. Its a beautiful wildlife sanctuary with many animals and beautiful plants. Also with good landscape views.

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Wildlife sanctuary of Phansad

  1. 1. First of all I and my group members give a hearty „Thank you‟ to all the guides, teachers and the supporting members for taking us to an educational tour at beautiful place. In this trip we were divided into various groups. We were accompanied by respected Mrs. Anita mam, Rajeshree mam and Satej sir. When we reached there we were introduced a new term of a field trip namely “SYSTAMATEC”. Our main aim was to find different species of plants and animals. There were many organisms, but we found some of them.
  2. 2. Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Arthropoda Class : Arachinda Order : Araneae Family : Araneidae Genus : Cyrtophora Species : Bidenta
  3. 3. CHARACTERISTICS OF CYRTOPHORASP • The Tent-web spiders(genus Cyrtophora), althou gh technically orb-webspiders (family Araneidae), do not build orb webs. Their tentlike, highly complex non-sticky web is sometimes considered a precursor of the simplified orbweb. These webs are aligned horizontally, with a network of supporting threads above them. Females have a body length of mostly about 10 mm.
  4. 4. THE SPIDERS WHICH WE SAW WERE……………..
  5. 5. Kingdom : Animalia Phylum : Arthropoda Class : Insecta Order : Hymenoptera Family : Apidae Genus : Apis Species : Mellifera
  6. 6. Bees are flying insects that are related to wasps, hornets and ants. Most bees have short, thick bodies covered with hair and , like all insects, six legs and three body parts : head, thorax and abdomen. The thorax In turn has three segments, each with a pair of legs. A tiny waist connects the thorax and
  7. 7. THE ONE WHICH WE OBSERVED WAS…………………
  8. 8. 3.CHAMELEON Kingdom : Animalia Phylum Class : Chordata : Reptilia Order : Squamata Family : Chamaeleonidae Genus Species : Archaius : Tigris
  9. 9. CHARACTERISTICS OF CHAMELEON Chameleons are best known for their ability to change colors easily. Scientists now believe that colors change in response to differences in temperature, light, and the chameleon's mood. Colors may change in both males and females or only in males, depending on the species, or type, of chameleon. Some species can change color only into shades of brown. When the chameleon is excited, stripes or patterns may appear. Sleeping or ill chameleons tend to be pale.
  10. 10. THE ONES WHICH WE SAW WERE…………………
  11. 11. 4. DRAGONFLY Kingdom : Animalia Phylum Class : Arthropoda : Insecta Order : Odonata Family : Libellulidae Genus : Orthetrum Species : Pruinosum
  12. 12. CHARACTERISTICS OF DRAGONFLY A dragonfly is an insect and so has three main body segments and six legs. However, unlike other insects, the dragonfly relies entirely on flight for its movement; it does not use legs to walk but only for holding onto foliage during rest, grasping a mate during copulation and for grasping prey. Other characteristics that set the dragonfly apart from other insects are the eyes, wings, flight speed and maneuverability during flight. Dragonfly eyes consist of approximately 28,000 individual telescoping lenses called
  13. 13. THE ONES WHICH WE SAW WERE…………………
  14. 14. 5.TERRESTIAL FLOWER Kingdom : Plantae Phylum Class : Magnoliophyta : Magnoliopsida Order : Lamiales Family : Acanthaceae Genus : Eranthemum Species : Pullchelum
  15. 15. CHARACTERISTICS OF E.PULLCHELUM Eranthemum pulchellum (Eranthemum nervosum, English: Blue Eranthemum, or Blue Sage) is a strongly branched shrub, popular with gardeners in tropical India and China because of the spikes of flowers that are bright gentian blue - an unusual color in the tropics. The flowers appear from green-and-white veined bracts that remain after the blooms fall, forming a column several inches long. The hairy leaves are large and dark green. A sprawling shrub which may reach a meter or more in height, E. pulchellum is usually kept lower and bushier through pruning. Light shade is preferred in a garden; in a greenhouse it needs warm conditions. It is also present in white shades.
  16. 16. THE ONES WHICH WE SAW WERE…………………
  17. 17. 1. The Cyrtophorasp spider’s females have a length of about: a)9mm b)11mm c)12mm d)10mm
  18. 18. 2. What is the botanical name of honeybee? a)Mafa Mellifera b)Scerier Mellifera c)Apis Mellifera d)Frems Mellifera
  19. 19. 3. Does the characteristic changing the colour of chameleon’s body depend on their mood? a)True b)False
  20. 20. 4. The Dragonfly belongs to which class: a)Archinda b)Magnoliopsida c)Insecta d)Reptilia
  21. 21. 5. Eranthemum pulchellum ‘s another name is a)Red Nervousm b)Scolistic Ferem c)Blue sage d)Magnifera Indica

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