Type species: eugoana van Eecke.
The relation of the two
Bornean females discussed below to this genus is tentative. The general facies
matches well, but the forewing venation, similar to Holocraspedon but
with the (R2, R3) and (R4, R5) systems sharing a common stalk, differs slightly
from the typical male material from Java where the (R2, R3) system is entirely
fused. Also, with different sexes, matching by dissection is not possible. The
typical male has not been dissected. The female has long apodemes as in Holocraspedon,
but the ductus bursae is more elongate, sclerotised and contains spines as
illustrated. The forewing has rather reduced fasciation: an oblique postmedial
and a longitudinal pair of well separated discal dots as in Holocraspedon.
The genus is monobasic.
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