Titanoptilus procerus

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Titanoptilus procerus
Scientific classification
T. procerus
Binomial name
Titanoptilus procerus
Bigot, 1969 [1]

Titanoptilus procerus is a moth of the family Pterophoridae. It is known from Africa.

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  1. De Prins, J. & De Prins, W. (2018). "Titanoptilus procerus Bigot, 1969". Afromoths. Retrieved March 31, 2018.