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Some Tortricidae from the East Cordillera in Ecuador reared from larvae in Yanayacu Biological Station in Ecuador (Insecta: Lepidoptera)

@article{Razowski2010SomeTF,
  title={Some Tortricidae from the East Cordillera in Ecuador reared from larvae in Yanayacu Biological Station in Ecuador (Insecta: Lepidoptera)},
  author={J{\'o}zef Razowski and Janusz Wojtusiak},
  journal={Genus. International Journal of Invertebrate Taxonomy},
  year={2010},
  volume={21}
}
Eight species are described from Ecuador (Napo Prov.) as new on the basis of specimens reared from their larvae. These are: Xoser astonyx n. sp., Orthocomotis parandina n. sp., Anacrusis yanayacana n. sp., Anacrusis guttula n. sp., Sisurcana sanguinoventer n. sp., Sisurcana cirrhochroma n. sp., Sparganothina hermosa n. sp., Lypothora roseochraon n. sp. 
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