|Named By:||A. W. Skalski in 1973|
|Time Period:||37.7-Middle Eocene Ma|
|Size:||Forewings 4.3 millimetres long|
|Fossil(s):||Almost complete female moth preserved in amber|
|Classification:||| Arthopoda | Insecta | Lepidoptera | Oecophoridae ||
Epiborkhausenites is an extinct genus of moth in the concealer moth family Oecophoridae and containing a single species Epiborkhausenites obscurotrimaculatus. The species is known only from Middle Eocene, Bartonian stage, Baltic amber deposits near the town of Palanga in Lithuania.