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Fig. 3 | Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine

Fig. 3

From: A study on food-medicine continuum among the non-institutionally trained siddha practitioners of Tiruvallur district, Tamil Nadu, India

Fig. 3

Photographs of some animal taxa referred by the non-institutionally trained siddha practitioners of Tiruvallur district for the preparation of medicinal foods. (a) Channa sp. (Virāl); (b) Pampus argenteus (Vavāl); (c) Scomberomorus guttatus (Vañciram); (d) Nemipterus japonicas (Caṅkarā); (e) Oreochromis mossambicus (Jilēppi); (f) Lates calcarifer (Koṭuvā); (g) Trichiurus lepturus (Ōlai vāḷai); (h) Caranx melampygus (Pāṟai); (i) Scoliodon laticaudus (Piḷḷaiccuṟā); (j) Parupeneus indicus (Nakarai); (k) Eleutheronema tetradactylum (Kālā); (l) Sardinella longiceps (Peichālai); (m) Himantura uarnak (Tirukkai); (n) Sphyraena jello (Ūḻi); (o) Stolephorus indicus (Nettili); (p) Fenneropenaeus indicus (Veḷḷai iṟāl); (q) Lebeo rohita (Kaṇṇādi kendai); (r) Parastromateus niger (Karuppu vavāl); (s) Mystus sp. (Keḷutti); (t) Uroteuthis duvauceli (Ūci kaṉavā); (u) Lactarius lactarius (Cutumpu); (v) Portunus sanguinolentus (Kaṭal naṇṭu)

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