Tinacrucis aquila

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Tinacrucis aquila
Scientific classification
T. aquila
Binomial name
Tinacrucis aquila
(Busck, 1914) [1]
  • Homona aquilaBusck, 1914
  • Homona consobrinaBusck, 1914

Tinacrucis aquila is a species of moth of the family Tortricidae. It is found in Panama.

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