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Male. Length 1 1/3 line.-Pale rufo-testaceous, smooth and shining: the antennae and legs white; the head with a dusky spot on the vertex, enclosing the ocelli, which are placed in a curve, the posterior pair on the extreme margin of the vertex; eyes large, placed anteriorly on the sides of the head, which is widest in front; the antennae tapering to the apex, very pubescent. Thorax: the wings milky-white, their margins fringed with pubescence. The abdomen more or less fuscous.
Hab. India (Bombay). (Coll. East India House.)
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