Eois phaneroscia Prout, 1932, Novit. zool., 29: 348.
Diagnosis. This is the smallest species with strongly fasciated wings. The basal
half of both wings is only lightly fasciated, separated from the more strongly
fasciated distal half by a straight boundary. The distal red is most intense at
Geographical range. N.E. Himalaya, Sundaland.
Habitat preference. The species is infrequent but recorded from a wide
range of vegetation: lowland alluvial forest, hill dipterocarp forest at 500m
(on G. Mulu), and in lower montane forest (900m) and scrubby montane forest
(1200m) on the limestone G. Api.
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