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Hirudinaria (the Indian cattle leech) with appendix on Hirundo medicinalis (the medicinal leech) and Haemops sanguisuga (the horse leech)



Hirudinaria (the Indian cattle leech) with appendix on Hirundo medicinalis (the medicinal leech) and Haemops sanguisuga (the horse leech)








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