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Two new species sibling to Ghoria albocinerea Moore from South China (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae: Lithosiinae)

@inproceedings{Dubatolov2012TwoNS,
  title={Two new species sibling to Ghoria albocinerea Moore from South China (Lepidoptera, Arctiidae: Lithosiinae)},
  author={Vladimir V. Dubatolov and Yasunori Kishida and Min Wang},
  year={2012}
}
Two new species sibling to Ghoria albocinerea Moore are described from South China: G. sinotibetica sp. nov. (Sichuan) and G. nanlingica sp. nov. (Guangdong, Nanling Mts.). Ghoria albocinerea Moore, 1878 was described from the South-Eastern Himalaya (Darjeeling vicinities, West Bengal, India). It has a single synonym that was described from the same locality, Ghoria sericeipennis Moore, 1878, synonymized by Hampson (1900). Later, the species was cited from Nepal (Kishida, 1994), Thailand (Cerny… 

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