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The paper gives the first record of Doherty’s Dull Oakblue, Arhopala khamti Doherty, 1891 from Upper Assam which is a rare species known from the region. The distingusihing features of this species with it congener Hewitson’s Dull Oakblue A. oenea (Hewitson, ) which has an overlapping range with it in NE India are also given.
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