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Information is presented on incidence of the Clouded Apollo Parnassius mnemosyne in the Republic of Mordovia (Russia).Â Over the period 2006â€“2016, more than 30 sites of the species were identified.Â The main increase in the number from 2 to 22 specimens per 1km of route was observed in 2006â€“2011.Â Biotopes of the species, fodder plants of the imago, and measures for species protection are described.Â
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