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Some related literature:
A new Epipyrops from India (Lep., Epipyropidae)
Bull. ent. Res. 30 (3)
Krampl & Dlabola, 1983
A new genus and species of Epipyropid moth from Iran ectoparasitic on a new Mesophantia species, with a revision of the host genus (Lepidoptera, Epipyropidae; Homoptera, Flatidae)
Acta Ent. Bohemoslov. 80 (6)
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