|Named By:||A. W. Skalski in 1995|
|Time Period:||early Eocene|
|Size:||Body length of B. rasnitsyni 3 millimetres, forewing length 4 millimetres|
|Fossil(s):||Complete fossil specimens preserved in amber|
|Classification:||| Arthropoda | Insecta | Lepidoptera | Micropterigidae ||
|Also known as:||| Micropterix proavitella | Sabatinca proavitella ||
Baltimartyria is an extinct genus of primitive metallic moths in the family Micropterigidae. The genus is solely known from the Early Eocene Baltic amber deposits in the Baltic Sea region of Europe. The genus currently contains two described species, Baltimartyria proavitella and Baltimartyria rasnitsyni.