Effect of climate change on common crow butterfly’s fecundity

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Ajith, M.P. and Prince Sebastian
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The temperature anomalies imposed different ecological and breeding diversification over the butterfly community. The study was conducted independently at different temperature conditions. The fecundity of common crow butterfly varied in different In-vitro climatic temperature. The minimum yield of egg and adult was obtained at high temperature - 37oC and the maximum was obtained at 25oC and 29oC. It was clearly pointed understanding of the impact of climatic variation over the fecundity rate. If ecologically point the subject, the hike in climatic temperature will lead to produce minimum fecundity.

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