A succession of forensically important Coleopterans from Southern Rajasthan: A preliminary study and their forensic relevance
The Raw data for A succession of forensically important Coleopterans from Southern Rajasthan: A preliminary study and their forensic relevance are follwoings , work were done for collection of foresncially important beetles were collected from decomposed animal bodies and also conduct a experiment on purchased chicken from butcher shop to observe the forensic faunna of Coleptera. The study was carried out with the help of goat liver, the dead animal bodies (i.e., dead animals either observed from different sites like roads, dumping yards, etc., or fresh flesh collected from the butcher shop so as not any type of animal was killed and also not use any living animals), goat liver use as a model animal for sample collection (Assaech et al. 2007). For sample collection, goat liver was put in a cage and hung in various sites of studied areas. Arti Prasad1*, Sanjay Kumar Meena2 1. Professor and Head, Laboratory of Public Health Entomology, Department of Zoology, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur 313001, Rajasthan, India. 2. Research Scholar, Department of Zoology, Mohanlal Sukhadia University, Udaipur 313001, Rajasthan, India. All figures and tables have been mentioned in manuscript are followings: - Figure 1 for Map of sampling sites for study Figure: 2- Collection of Beetles from Carcasses Figure: 3- Collected Beetles from Studied area Figure 4: - Stages of decomposition Table 1: - Diversity of collected insects from carcasses. Table2: - Succession and decomposition pattern of collected insects from carcasses. Table: -3 Temperature and Humidity. Table: -4 Graphical Representation of Temperature and Humidity.