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A survey of the various localities of the district of Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India, revealed three very interesting species of bugs that have not been recently recorded from Maharashtra State: Cazira verrucosa (Westwood), Alcimocoris sp., and Ptilocerus cf. montandoni Distant.Â A brief description and illustrations of habitus of all three species are provided here.
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