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Gosh, this template really doesn't give you much to work with in terms of targeting the right selector...

Try this in your custom CSS:

.header-nav .header-nav-folder-item:first-of-type {
	display: none;

Note, if you add new menu items or change the order at all, you may have to adjust the targeting to be more specific, for example:

.header-nav .header-nav-item:nth-of-type(3) .header-nav-folder-item:first-of-type {
	display: none;

Which is targeting the desktop nav (not mobile) then the third menu item, then the first dropdown item. Hope this helps!

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