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Present paper confirms the report of 591 species, under 404 genera of 100 families belonging to 13 orders of insects from the Indian parts of Sunderbans. In terms of species richness, the order Lepidoptera is the most speciose (163 species), followed by Diptera (133 species), Hyemnoptera (96 species), Coleoptera (81 species), Orthoptera (19 species), Dermaptera (8 species), Isoptera (7 species), Neuroptera (6 species), Thysanoptera (2species), Blattodea (2species) and Phthiraptera (2 species).
How to cite this article:Bulganin Mitra, Olive Biswas, Sankarsan Roy, Udipta Chakraborti and Balaram Panja. 2016. Insect Faunal Diversity of the Sunderban Biosphere Reserve, West Bengal, India.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 4(9): 87-98