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

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Monalisa Paul
Aisha Sultana
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7162-254X

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Monalisa Paul and Aisha Sultana 2021. If habitat heterogeneity is effective for conservation of butterflies in urban landscapes of Delhi, India? Unethical publication based on data manipulation: Response of original authors. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 13, 14 (Dec. 2021), 20307–20308. DOI:https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.7788.13.14.20307-20308.
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