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Zinaspa todara distorta de NicÃ©ville, 1887 and Arhopala rama ramosa Evans, 1925 were recorded during the field survey from March 2016 to August 2016.Â A total of four individuals were recorded in the Adampur Forest and Satchari National Park of Sylhet Division in northeastern Bangladesh.Â These are the first records of these subspecies from Bangladesh.
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