Prout, 1922, Novit. zool., 29: 345.
and the species in the next genus could be confused with the ennomine genus Microplutodes
Holloway: this lacks vein M2 and has a regular, evenly sized submarginal row
of orange dots on the hindwing. The two species differ from Eois Hübner
species (see above) in having less even, more blocked fasciation particularly in
the forewing discal area. Pseudopolynesia amplificata Walker differs from
P. curtitibia in having a broad, entire, grey-centred postmedial
and lacking two definite red 'tails' to the hindwing.
Himalaya, Thailand, Borneo.
recent specimen was taken in lowland forest at Brumas, Sabah, and another at
1790m in upper montane forest on G. Mulu.
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