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The Dioptinae are an almost exclusively neotropical group of day-flying moths, many of which exhibit bright wing coloration and are involved in mimicry rings with butterflies (especially Ithomiini), sterrhine Geometridae and various arctiids. The two specimens illustrated above are representatives of the type species of Dioptis and Josia, the type genera of the two tribes indicated here.

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