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Distribution and zoogeographical affinities of the bumblebee species from Northwest Himalaya

Distribution and zoogeographical affinities of the bumblebee species from Northwest Himalaya

Indian Journal of Entomology 64(2): 227-230

ISSN/ISBN: 0367-8288

The species of bumble bees occur only in the hilly areas particularly in the Himalayas.

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