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Response on recent publication of â€œYadav et al., 2017, Spiders of Gujarat: A preliminary checklistâ€ is need to revised.Â On careful reading of this paper, we found that there are certain mistakes in the paper and omissions of certain published information. Here in this note we draw attention of the authors and readers to rectify the errors and prepare a fresh checklist.
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