Thyrsochares

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Thyrsochares
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Thyrsochares

Meyrick, 1938
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T. idiocrossa
Binomial name
Thyrsochares idiocrossa
Meyrick, 1938

Thyrsochares is a genus of moths belonging to the family Tineidae. [1] It contains only one species, Thyrsochares idiocrossa, which is found in New Guinea.

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