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      A new species of Micropterix Hübner, 1825 from Lebanon (Lepidoptera: Micropterigidae)

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      Nota Lepidopterologica

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          Micropterix jabalmoussae Zeller, Kullberg & Kurz, sp. n. is described from the mountain Jabal Moussa Biosphere Reserve (Lebanon) and compared with all other known species of Micropterix from this region and similar species of the Western Palaearctic. M. jabalmoussae is the fifth species of the genus Micropterix Hübner, 1825 known from the Levant.

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          DNA mini-barcodes in taxonomic assignment: a morphologically unique new homoneurous moth clade from the Indian Himalayas described in Micropterix (Lepidoptera, Micropterigidae): Morphologically unique micropterigid moths

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            Evolution of Micropterigidae (Lepidoptera) in the SW Pacific

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              Nota Lepidopterologica
              NL
              Pensoft Publishers
              2367-5365
              0342-7536
              August 01 2016
              August 01 2016
              : 39
              : 2
              : 101-107
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              10.3897/nl.39.5148
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