Microcorsini

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Microcorsini
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A moth of the genus Cryptaspasma , in the tribe Microcorsini
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Microcorsini

Kuznetzov, 1970
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The Microcorsini are a tribe of tortrix moths in the subfamily Olethreutinae, first described by V I Kuznetsov in 1970. [1]

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Cryptaspasma

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References

  1. Razowski, Józef; Becker, Vitor (2011). "Systematics and distribution of Neotropical Microcorsini (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)". Polish Journal of Entomology / Polskie Pismo Entomologiczne. 80 (1). doi: 10.2478/v10200-011-0005-4 . ISSN   0032-3780.