Trithamnora

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Trithamnora
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Illustration of Trithamnora certella
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Trithamnora

Meyrick, 1913
Species:
T. certella
Binomial name
Trithamnora certella
(Walker, 1863) [1]
Synonyms
  • Tinea certellaWalker, 1863
  • Trithamnora improbaMeyrick, 1913

Trithamnora is a genus of moths belonging to the family Tineidae. [2] It contains only one species, Trithamnora certella, which is found in New Zealand.

The wingspan is about 16 mm. The forewings are pinkish grey and white.

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