First record of Neogerris assimilis Anderson, 1975 from India with Description of Copulatory Complex
Keywords:Neogerris assimilis, Anderson, Copulatory complex
The genus Neogerris is recorded for the first time from India. The copulatory complex, feature of a great taxonomic significance is studied and described for the first time.
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