# Why does NetworkGraphPlotwrapper appear in my GraphPlot?

I'm making a GraphPlot of data similar to this:

gpd = {{node119->node109,l96},{node158->node148,l88},{node10->0,l1},{node33->node23,l32},{node30->node20,l2},{node19->node09,l91},{node157->node147,l78},{node14->node04,l41},{node15->node05,l51},{node134->node124,l47},{node131->node121,l17},{node159->node149,l98},{node31->node21,l12},{node131->node121,l17},{node92->node82,l25},{node197->node187,l80},{node11->node01,l11},{node57->node47,l73},{node190->node180,l10},{node138->node128,l87}}


When I plot the data, some subset of the labels are preceded by NetworkGraphPlotwrapper. Why is this? How can I get rid of it?

GraphPlot[gpd]


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You have {node131 -> node121, l17} twice... – ciao Apr 18 '14 at 22:18
GraphPlot misbehaves for multigraphs having labelled parallel edges. See Michael Hale's answer on this question if you do want to render it more correctly. – hftf Apr 19 '14 at 4:03