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|“||Male. Upperside luteous-brown, basal hairy scales yellow. Cilia cinereous-white : forewing with a pale-yellow constricted spot at end of the cell, and an irregular transverse continuous discal band of spots with their lower angles continued outward along the veins ; hindwing with a yellow streak at end of the cell and a short discal band with outer rays. Underside paler, minutely speckled with yellowish-white ; forewing as above, the hind margin being also broadly yellow ; hindwing with a subbasal spot, all the veins, and two (a median and a discal) transverse sinuous bands pale yellow. Palpi, body beneath and legs yellowish-white.||”|
—Watson, E. Y., Under Halpe radians 1891. Hesperiidae Indicae.
Wing expanse of 1.5 inches.
- Marrku Savela's Website on Lepidoptera Page on Actinor genus.
- Brower, Andrew V. Z. 2007. Actinor Watson 1893. Actinor radians (Moore 1878). Version 4 March 2007 (under construction).  in The Tree of Life Web Project.
- Watson, E. Y. 1891. Hesperiidae Indicae. Vest and co. Madras
- Evans,W.H.(1932) The Identification of Indian Butterflies, ser no I86.1, pp 396.