1. Dawn P., Arjan Basu Roy (2016). “Sundarbaner Kichhu Parichito Foring”. CITADEL. xx+60 pp.
2. Basu Roy A., Devsena Roychaudhury, Lipika Roy (2014). “Sundarbaner Kichhu Parichito Prani”. 24 Pargana (S) Division, Department of Forest, Government of West Bengal . 120 pp.
3. Basu Roy A., Devsena Roychaudhury, Lipika Roy (2014). “Common Mangroves of Sundarbans”. 24 Pargana (S) Division, Department of Forest, Government of West Bengal . 56 pp.
4. Basu Roy A., Sarika Baidya, Lipika Roy (2014). “Sundarbaner Kichhu Parichito Projapati”. 24 Pargana (S) Division, Department of Forest, Government of West Bengal .xvi+136 pp.
5. Basu Roy A., Devsena Roychaudhury, Lipika Roy (2014). “Sundarbaner Kichhu Parichito Mangrove”. 24 Pargana (S) Division, Department of Forest, Government of West Bengal . 56 pp.
6. Basu Roy,A.,S. Ghatak.(2013).A Pictorial Guide, Butterflies of Gorumara National Park.DFO, Wildlife Division II, Department of Forest, Government of West Bengal.xviii+350 pp.
7. Basu Roy A., Devsena Roychaudhury, Lipika Roy (2013). “Sundarbaner Kichhu Parichito Pakhi”. 24 Pargana (S) Division, Department of Forest, Government of West Bengal . 88 pp.
8. Butterflies and Wildflowers of Tollygunge Club. Arjan Basu Roy. Tollygunge Club Pvt. Ltd. 2011
9. A Conspectus of Mammals included under the Schedule II, III and IV of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. Abhijit RoyChowdhury and Arjan Basu Roy. Wildlife Crime Control Bureau, MOEF, Kolkata. 2008
10. A Pictorial Guide: Butterflies of Bengal Plains. Arjan Basu Roy, Rudra Prasad Das, Prasanta Mukherjee. Yaponchitra Books. 2007
11. A Conspectus of Mammals included under the Schedule I of the Wildlife (Protection) Act, 1972. Abhijit RoyChowdhury and Arjan Basu Roy. Wildlife Preservation, Eastern Region, MOEF, Kolkata. 2006

Book Chapter
BUTTERFLIES OF TRIPURA. Rudra Prasad Das, V. Balakrishnan, Nelson Rodrigues, K. Sasihumar and Arjan Basu Roy. 2010
Biodiversity and Taxonomy, Pages 277–287
Edited by : A. Biju Kumar, M.P. Nayar, R.V. Varma and C.K. Peethambaran
Copyright © 2012, Narendra Publishing House

Scientific Papers/Communications

 

  1.  Food-sharing among passerines at Lava, eastern Himalaya. RanajitMitra, Dulal Chandra Pal &Arjan Basu Roy. Indian Birds Vol. 2 No. 5 (September–October 2006) 139
  2.  Sighting of Elymniaspanthera(Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) inWest Bengal, eastern India. Arjan Basu Roy, UjjalGhosh&KrushnameghKunte. JoTT NOTE, 2(1): 670-671.
  3. Das, R.P., Roy, A.B.,Polley, R. &Saha, G. 2010. “A new record of larval host plant of butterfly Tawny Coster AcraeaViolae (Fabricius)”. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society. 107(1): 63.
  4. R.P. Das, S S Manna, S. Pal Das and A. B. Roy (2012).Adeniumobesum (Forsk) (Apocynaceae)- A new Larval Host Plant of The Common Indian Crow Euploea core (Cramer) (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, Vol.109(3), Page 214.
  5. Butterflies and moths of Sunderban Biosphere Reserve, West Bengal. J.Kumar, A. Basu Roy & B. Mitra. ENVIS Vol. 20 No. 1&2 (March, 2014) 9-12.
  6.  Entomofaunal Diversity of Bhibhuti Bhusan Wild Life Sanctuary, West Bengal. B. Mitra, J. Ghosh, U. Chakraborty, O. Biswas, S. Roy & A. Basu Roy. Journal of Global Biosciences. Vol. 4 No. (7, 2015), pp. 2795-2807.
  7. Patra, S., A. B. Roy, and K. Kunte. 2015. Papiliopalinurus Fabricius, 1787 – Green-banded Peacock, A new addition to the check list of Butterfly Fauna of India. Kunte, K., P. Roy, S. Kalesh and U. Kodandaramaiah (eds.). Butterflies of India, v. 2.10. Indian Foundation for Butterflies. http://www.ifoundbutterflies.org/sp/2924/Papilio-palinurus.
  8. Tripathy, D., Sarkar, S., Polley, R., Bor, S., Das, R.P., Roy, B.G., Patra, S., Sen, S. &Roy, A.B. “First sighting of Pericrocotusdivaricatus (Raffles, 1822) (Passeriformes: Campephagidae) from West Bengal, Eastern India”. Indian Birds. (Accepted, Indian Birds).
  9.  Sarika Baidya, Dipendra Nath Basu, Souparno Roy, and Arjan Basu Roy, “Occurrence of Interspecific Mating between Two Species of Danaus Kluk, 1780 (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) in Nature,” Psyche, vol. 2018, Article ID 3059017, 5 pages, 2018. doi:10.1155/2018/3059017.