Trabala ganesha Roepke, 1951: 119; Barlow, 1982: 52.
This species is distinctive in both sexes. The male is a pale green with
straight, rather oblique fasciae, particularly that of the hindwing; basal
to these the ground is distinctly paler, grading slightly darker basad.
The genitalia have two large serrate lobes on the tegumen, with a
circularly serrate zone in between. The female is a darker, yellower
green, uniform, with relatively straight fasciae; large dark brown areas
on the tornus of both wings are diagnostic, and the fringes are strongly
Geographical range. Sundaland.
Habitat preference. The species is frequent in lowland rainforest but not
encountered in that on acid soils.
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