"Lack of evidence for sufficiently isolated populations of Glossina morsitans submorsitans on the Adamawa Plateau of Cameroon following geometric morphometric analysis"
written by Mbunkah Daniel Achukwi, Jessica Gillingwater, Alexandre Michel Njan Nloga, Gustave Simo,
published by Advances in Entomology, Vol.1 No.1, 2013
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