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We present the first documentation of the insect fauna of Lalwan Community Reserve and Ranjit Sagar Conservation Reserve, Punjab. The survey was conducted in the months of May and June 2019. Selected insect groups were focused on for the rapid documentation of the entomofauna. Overall, we recorded 91 species of insects belonging to the orders Lepidoptera, Coleoptera, and Odonata. A total of 68 species including 46 species of order Lepidoptera, nine species of Odonata, and 13 species of Coleoptera were reported from Lalwan Community Reserve. Thirty-seven species consisting of 23 species of Odonata and 14 species of Lepidoptera were recorded from Ranjit Sagar Conservation Reserve, Punjab.
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