|Hypena adustalis Hampson, 1893
Similar to species of genus Hypena. Differs in the fore wings being narrower and of almost even width throughout, the outer margin nearly erect. The areole very small, vein 10 given off far beyond it. There are raised specks in and at end of cell. Hind wings with veins 3,4 and 6,7 stalked. Palpi with the second joint of moderate length and fringed with hair above, the third joint upturned and hairy, with naked apex.
- Stenhypena adustalis (Hampson, 1893) (from Sri Lanka, Taiwan)
- Stenhypena albopunctata (Bethune-Baker, 1908) (Australia, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia)
- Stenhypena costalis Wileman & South, 1916 (from Taiwan)
- Stenhypena longipennis Owada, 1982 (from Japan)
- Stenhypena maculifera Joannis, 1929 (from Vietnam)
- Stenhypena nigripuncta (Wileman, 1911) (from Japan)
- Stenhypena linpingia (Berio, 1977) (from China)
- Hampson G. F. (1892). "The Fauna Of British India Including Ceylon And Burma Moths Vol-iii". Digital Library of India. p. 558. Retrieved 4 July 2016.
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