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Named By: N. B. Tindale in 1985
Time Period: Late Eocene
Location: USA, Colorado - Florissant Formation
Size: Forewings about 16.4 millimetres long and 9.4 millimetres wide
Diet: Uncertain/herbivore? In larval stage/nectar drinker? when adult
Fossil(s): Fore wings
Classification: | Arthropoda | Insecta | Lepidoptera | Castniidae |

Dominickus is an extinct genus of moth in the butterfly-moth family Castniidae containing a single species Dominickus castnioides. The species is known from late Eocene, Priabonian stage, lake deposits near the small community of Guffey in Teller County, Colorado, United States.

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