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First Record of Stiliger smaragdinus Baba, 1949 (Mollusca: Sacoglossa: Limapontiidae) from India


  • Bombay Natural History Society, Hornbill House, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Road, Mumbai 400 001, Maharashtra, India
  • Office of the Chief Conservator of Forests, Marine National Park, Jamnagar 361 001, Gujarat, India


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