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Deuterophlebia Edwards, 1922 (Diptera: Deuterophlebiidae) an Enigmatic Primitive Diptera (Insecta) from Kashmir Himalaya

Mohd Sharjeel Sofi; Sami Ullah Bhat; K. A. Subramanian; Inam Sabha; Irfan Rashid; J.C.Kuniyal


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