Two species of tined moths, Monopis longella (Walker, 1863) and Monopis congestella (Walker, 1864) were collected using artificial feather traps in Korea, with M. congestella reported for the first time from Korea. This is the first report of the use of feather traps to collect moths in Korea, and the biological information regarding M. longella and M. congestella are presented for the first time in Korea. The adults are briefly described and illustrated, including the male and female genitalia.
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