The forewing appear to be truncated at the tip. Females are noticeably larger than males. The wings are diaphanous and overlaid by a distinct pattern seen only in this species and in Neotherina xanthosa. It can be separated from the latter by the darker more greyish color and its smaller size, with a male forewing length of 18–22 mm. Females have a forewing length of 19–24 mm.
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