If habitat heterogeneity is effective for conservation of butterflies in urban landscapes of Delhi, India?’ Unethical publication based on data manipulation

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Sanjay Keshari Das
Rita Singh

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Das, S.K. and Rita Singh 2021. If habitat heterogeneity is effective for conservation of butterflies in urban landscapes of Delhi, India?’ Unethical publication based on data manipulation. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 13, 13 (Nov. 2021), 20140–20142. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.7673.13.13.20140-20142.
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