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Altitudes are given as a range based on the specimens collected in Nepal, with the upper limit rounded up to the nearest 100 m and the lower limit rounded down to the nearest 100 m. Unusually low or high altitude records are indicated in brackets before or after the range. If the taxon is particularly poorly collected in Nepal but is well collected in neighbouring countries the information from these additional specimens may be used to generate the range. The use of information from outside Nepal should be referred to in the Notes paragraph.