Rothschild & Jordan, 1903
The length of the forewings is 23–29 mm. The antennae are whitish and the head and thorax are light olive-brown, but whitish laterally. The abdomen is paler olive-brown with two black lateral spots at the base. The forewings are pale cinnamon buff, densely speckled with blackish. There is a small black stigma and a dark diagonal line running from the apex to the inner margin. The hindwings are rosy red with a large black basal patch and a narrow black submarginal line. The termen and tornus are buff speckled with blackish.
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