Thyrocopa keliae

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Thyrocopa keliae
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T. keliae
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Thyrocopa keliae
Medeiros, 2015

Thyrocopa keliae is a species of moth in the genus Thyrocopa . It is endemic to Molokai in the Hawaiian Islands. [1]

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References

  1. Medeiros, Matthew J. (2015-07-28). "Two new endemic Hawai'ian Lepidoptera: a new species of Pseudoschrankia (Erebidae) from O'ahu, and a new species of Thyrocopa (Xyloryctidae) from Moloka'i". Zootaxa. 3990 (4): 593–597. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.3990.4.8. ISSN   1175-5334. PMID   26250253.