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A study was made to determine the present status of the diversity of the dragonflies and damselflies from University of North Bengal campus and its surroundings.Â The study shows the presence of total 69 species of odonates belonging to 41 genera and nine families from the area.Â Agriocnemis kalinga Nair & Subramanian, 2014 is recorded for the first time from northern Bengal.
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