species: nebulosella Walker,
facies of the type species is described below. The male antennae are ciliate.
The second and third segments of labial palps are elongate, the third segment
abdomen has the eighth segment of the framed corematous type. The genitalia have
a valve structure that approximates to the Saroba
pattern, but the uncus is unusual, short, broad, spatulate and tufted like a
material has not been located.
other species currently in the genus, apart from T. renalis Moore, may not be particularly closely
related to the type species, sharing general size but not facies apart from
having the hindwing much more uniform than the forewing. Most have male
genitalia where the valves are simpler than those typical of the Saroba
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