Similarities between Psaeropterella punctifrons and Schizophora
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- What Psaeropterella punctifrons and Schizophora have in common
- What are the similarities between Psaeropterella punctifrons and Schizophora
Psaeropterella punctifrons and Schizophora Comparison
Psaeropterella punctifrons has 8 relations, while Schizophora has 21. As they have in common 5, the Jaccard index is 17.24% = 5 / (8 + 21).
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