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At the end of my bibliography the below is being shown. Does anyone knows how i can remove it please?

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    Please consider adding as much detail as possible to your question: What bibliography package do you use? What bibliography style? How do you cite your entries? How did you produce the bibliography etc. etc. I know you use LyX and so preparing an MWE might be harder than for the average LaTeX user, but please try to give us more than just a picture. Given the difficulties you have with LyX you should seriously consider ditching it and using normal LaTeX. It might have a steep learning curve, but it is worth it in the end (especially if you have to debug problems like these).
    – moewe
    Jun 4, 2018 at 20:32
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    OK, I have retagged your question, please try to use the correct tags in the future (you are not using biblatex, you are using natbib, see tex.stackexchange.com/q/25701/35864). If you must use LyX please follow the two links above to find out how to give us meaningful help instead of just screenshots.
    – moewe
    Jun 4, 2018 at 20:39
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    It looks like you have a whole bunch of \cite instructions tucked away somewhere. Not having access to your document, I'm afraid I can't offer any suggestions for where to start looking for these \cite instructions.
    – Mico
    Jun 4, 2018 at 21:29

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Citations are of course added to the document by default. That is after all the way one points to an entry in the bibliography, with a citation. As you've added a bunch of citations after the bibliography, they show up there, as expected.

If you want to add something to the bibliography without generating a citation in the document, you need to set the citation style to Add to bibliography only. For existing citations, this is available via the right-click context menu:

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(In LaTeX terms this changes from \cite or similar to \nocite.)

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