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First records of the butterfly species Dark Himalayan Oakblue Arhopala rama and Slate Flash Rapala manea (Lycaenidae), Gaudy Baron Euthalia lubentina and Orange Oakleaf Kallima inachus (Nymphalidae), in Kaleshwar National Park, Haryana are presented along with photographs.Â The sightings of Dark Himalayan Oakblue Arhopala rama at Kaleshwar represent very low altitudinal records in the Himalaya.
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