species: lichenaria Walker, Java.
Walker (type species
Walker, Java); Tinosoma
Hampson (type species
Hampson, India, Andamans, Borneo).
The wings are generally more elongate, narrower, compared with Beara, the
forewing apex slightly falcate. The colour is a richer, deeper brown.
The male genitalia are characterised by a long, apically narrow and ampullate
saccus, flanked by coremata where the scales have become massive, blade-like as
illustrated (Fig 526). In the female the ductus and balloon-like bursa are
flimsy, the latter with an even more flimsy appendix bursae.
Apart from the type species, the genus also includes
Hampson from Sulawesi and the Sula Is.
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