Gajah 12

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #12

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1-30 The Survey of elephants in Sri Lanka
W. Hendavitharana, Sarath Dissanayake, Mangala de Silva & Charles Santiapillai
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31 A note on the survey of elephants in Sri Lanka
W. A. Jayasinghe
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32-33 A survey of elephants in Sri Lanka: A review
Raman Sukumar
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34-45 Distribution of elephant in Xishuangbanna Dai Autonomous Prefecture, China
Charles Santiapillai, Zhu Xiang, Dong Yong Hua & Sheng Qin Zhong 
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46-47 Presence of liver fluke Fasciola jacksoni in a Sri Lankan elephant
Jayanthi Alahakoon
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47 Hematology, plasma, and serum biochemistry vales in domesticated elephants (Elephas maximus ceylonicus) in Sri Lanka
Indira D. Silva & Vijitha Y. Kuruwita
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48-54 Elephant mortality in Sri Lanka
Charles Santiapillai
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55-57 Post-mortem report on a wild elephant found dead in Wasgomuwa National Park, Sri Lanka
V. W. S. M. Vasanthathilake
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58-84 A bibliography on elephants. Part 1: Sri Lanka
Shantha Saravanamuttu & Charles Santiapillai
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85-86 Book Review: The elephant in Sri Lanka by Jayantha Jayewardene
Charles Santiapillai
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The Asian Elephant Specialist Group (AsESG) is a global network of specialists concerned with the study, monitoring, management, and conservation of Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) in its 13 range states