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Moulvibazar district has been recognized as one of the biodiversity rich pockets close to the boundary side of Assam of India and situated in the North-eastern part of Bangladesh. Adompur reserve forest is one of the biodiversity hotspot in the North-eastern. The current article confirm, the presence of Kaniska canace Linnaeus, 1763, (Nymphalidae: Lepidoptera) which was not previously recorded in Bangladesh. This species was first recorded on 17 March 2017 at 15.30 (GMT+6) local time in the coordination of N 24Â°18'9.46"; E 91Â°55'4.23" at Kauyargola forest beat, Adampur reserve forest in Moulvibazar District.
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