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The present communication is on a rediscovery of an endemic moth Gurna indica (Moore, 1879) from India. This species is rediscovered from India after more than 125 years. Till this study, the literature published on this species is based on the type species housed in museum or based on the catalogues. The genus Gurna is a monotypic and endemic to India.
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