Rothschild & Jordan, 1910
It is similar to Xylophanes cosmius but the forewing upperside is darker, more uniform and sombre brown. Furthermore, the dark patch distal to discal spot is larger and trapezoidal. The conspicuous postmedian line is straight or slightly convex, reaching the costa before the apex. The fringes are not chequered.
There are probably at least three generations per year.
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