Setenv error, even though I’m using bash

I have made some changes (added an environment variable) to by .bashrc file, and I am trying to get them to take effect by running the command source ~/.bashrc. However, I am getting the error setenv: command not found -bash: export: `/mnt/c/Users/Lea/Documents/HSCFA/python-fsps': not a valid identifier. I know that setenv is a csh command, not a bash command, and I am using a bash shell, so it makes sense that there would be an error if I had entered setenv anywhere. But I did not. I am not sure where this error is coming from. Where is it getting the command setenv?

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Author: user1093541