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Reporting the range extension of Agnidra vinacea (Moore, 1879) from eastern Himalayas to Uttarakhand, western Himalayas. The individuals of the species were documented from western Himalayas by both opportunistic sighting and light-trapping method by using LepiLED. The species was also recorded from sites other than documented so far in the available literature from the eastern Himalaya.
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