|Type specimen of Enyo bathus|
It is similar to Enyo gorgon and Enyo taedium taedium, but there are no patches of woolly scaling on the abdomen. The forewing upperside is intermediate in pattern between these two species. The anterior half of the wing has a dark brown, median, longitudinal line that diverges apically to form a dark brown triangular patch. The line is followed by a marginal pale brown half-moon shaped patch.
There are probably two to three generations per year.
- Enyo bathus bathus (Peru)
- Enyo bathus otiosus Kernbach, 1957 (Bolivia)
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