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The newly described dragonfly species, Bradinopyga konkanensis Joshi & Sawant 2020 (Insecta: Odonata), is reported from Kerala, 450 km away from its nearest record. Differences between closely similar species that co-occur in the region are tabulated for easy field identification of the species.
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