Parasa doenia Moore, in Horsfield & Moore, 1859: 416.
Atosia doenia Moore; Snellen, in Piepers & Snellen,
Narosa doenia Moore; Hering, 1931: 677, Barlow, 1982: 37.
Diagnosis. The forewing pattern illustrated is characteristic of this and the next
two species. The three are discriminated on characters of the male genitalia: doenia
lacks spining on the anellus.
Geographical range. S. Burma, Sundaland.
Habitat preference. The only Bornean material seen was two males from
Biology. The larva was described by Piepers & Snellen (1900)
as similar to that of Cheromettia species but smaller and bright green.
An illustration in the collection of the Malaysian Department of Agriculture
shows subdorsal yellow lines as in himalayana. The host-plant recorded was Erythrina
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