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Â A specimen of Cigaritis zhengweilie Huang (1998) collected from Anini, Upper Dibang Valley District, Arunachal Pradesh, India is recorded and illustrated together with a paratype of Cigaritis zhengweilie chayuensis from Chayu county, southeastern Tibet. Brief diagnostic notes on seperating this species from Cigaritis syama and Cigaritis nipalicus.Â A note on Cigaritis elwesi.Â
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