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A review of the genus Syrianarpia Leraut (Crambidae: Scopariinae) with description of S. elburzalis sp. n. from Iran



Syrianarpia elburzalis sp. n. (Crambidae: Scopariinae) is described as a new species from Iran. A taxonomic review of the genus and an identification key to the known species are provided. New data on morphology, genitalia, distribution, and habitat of the studied Iranian species are provided.



Lepidoptera, Crambidae, Scopariinae, Syrianarpia, taxonomy, distribution, Iran

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