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New Record of Lesser Blue Wing Rhyothemis triangularis Kirby, 1889 (Odonata: Libelulidae) from Odisha, India

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  • P.G. Dept of Wildlife and Biodiversity Conservation, North Orissa University, Sri Ram Chandra Vihar, Takatpur 757 003, Odisha, India
  • 2603/972, Metro Residency, Beherasahi, Nayapali, Bhubaneswar 751 012, Odisha, India

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