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The paper reports the occurrence of a â€˜very rareâ€™ species, theÂ Veined Palmer or the Cresentric Skipper, Hidari bhawani from Jorhat, Assam during March and Novemberâ€™2014,after 6 decades in India. The genera Hidari occurs as only three species that are restricted to southeast Asia and H. bhawani being only species for this genera represented in IndiaÂ
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