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A list of articles published outside of Sahyadrica. Most are in print media, some are available online, some are archived by the publishers, and some are in progress of being published. The ones in print are now available on Google Drive and Slideshare! Feel free to read/download.

Magazines
·         Dhamorikar, A. Firecrackers vs. Us. Twinkle Star Magazine. October 22, 2016. pp. 26 – 29.
·         . Snakes in danger! Twinkle Star Magazine. August 6, 2016. pp. 26 – 30.
·         . The messenger of nature. Twinkle Star Magazine. May 21, 2016. pp. 26 – 29.
·         . Is urban biodiversity in peril? Twinkle Star Magazine. March 19, 2016. pp. 26 – 29.
·         . The freedom of animals: laws that protect our wildlife. Twinkle Star Magazine. February 27, 2016. pp. 4 – 7.
·         . Civilizations of the undergrowth. Pench Stripes. January 2016. pp. 8 – 14. Reproduced on Sahyadrica on February 27, 2016.
·         . The green resolution: how to get closer to nature. Twinkle Star Magazine. January 2, 2016. pp. 26 – 29.
·         . The story of a smartphone: where does it come from and where does it go?. Twinkle Star Magazine. October 24, 2015. pp. 11 – 14.
·         . Tigers of the undergrowth. Sanctuary Asia. 35(8). August, 2015. pp. 36 – 38.
·         . To the rescue. Twinkle Star Magazine. August 29, 2015. 4 – 7.
·         . An ode to grass. Twinkle Star Magazine. July 18, 2015. 4 – 7.
·         . Nature in literature. Twinkle Star Magazine. June 20, 2015. 11 – 14.
·         . From grassroots to tree canopies. Twinkle Star Magazine. May 16, 2015. 11 – 14.
·         . Wild cousins. Twinkle Star Magazine. April 4, 2015: 11 – 14.
·         . The value of nature. Twinkle Star Magazine. February 7, 2015: 4 – 6.
·         . A story of the littering people. Twinkle Star Magazine. January 3, 2015: 4 – 6.
·         . Wetlands: the lifeline of our cities. Twinkle Star Magazine. December 27, 2014: 4 – 7.
·         . Voices of the trees of the cities. Twinkle Star Magazine. November 29, 2014: 4 – 6.
·         . A naturalist’s backpack. Twinkle Star Magazine. November 1, 2014: 4 – 6.
·         . What’s in a name? The quirks of binomial nomenclature. Twinkle Star Magazine. September 27, 2014: 4 – 7.
·         . (2014, September 7). The plight of India’s vultures. The Hitavada InSight. Reproduced on Sahyadrica on September 7, 2014.
·         . How to build your own garden of life. Twinkle Star Magazine. August 30, 2014: 4 – 6.
·         . The little boy of monsoon. Twinkle Star Magazine. July 19, 2014: 3 – 7.
·         . Are you a responsible tourist?. Twinkle Star Magazine. May 10, 2014: 4 – 7.
·         . In celebration of our feathered friends sparrows. Twinkle Star Magazine. March 8, 2014: 3 – 6.
·         . The secrets of urban wildlife. Twinkle Star Magazine. January 18, 2014: 4 – 6.
·         . The importance of wildlife conservation. Twinkle Star Magazine. September 28, 2013: 3 – 7.
·         . The splendid tiger beetles. Twinkle Star Magazine. September 14, 2013: 3 – 4.

Papers
·         Dhamorikar, A; Gore, K. (2014). A preliminary assessment of the diversity and ecosystem preference of spider families (Arachnida: Araneae) occurring in Kanha Tiger Reserve. In Shirbhate, Dhabe, Warade (Ed.) Proceedings of National Symposium cum Workshop on Diversity of Spiders with Special Reference to Taxonomy and Molecular Systematics
·         Dhamorikar, A; Rasal, V. (2014). Note on the first sighting of Jerdon’s Jumping Ant, Harpegnathos saltator, Jerdon 1815 (Hymenoptera, Formidicae, Ponerinae) in Karnala Bird Sanctuary, Raigad District, Maharashtra, India. In Bugs ‘R All: Newsletter of the Invertebrate Conservation and Information Network of South Asia
·         Quadros, G; Gurav, G; Bhagat, K; Dhamorikar, A; Khot, K & Chorghe, A. (2011). Avian fauna from the campus of Indian Institute of Technology – Mumbai, Powai. In International Conference on Indian Ornithology
·         Dhamorikar, A; Gurav, G; and Quadros, G. (2008). Study of Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) during monsoon in IIT-Mumbai campus, Mumbai. In R. P. Athalye (Ed.), Proceedings of the Seminar on Wonderful World of Insects. pp. 85-88

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