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Bennyboymothman Posted - 22/02/2021 : 23:08:05

Data: 07-2020 - Mangyun Village - Yingjiang - Yunnan - China

Thank you

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Bennyboymothman Posted - 24/02/2021 : 21:21:19
Agreed, I can see two species possibly as well. One for the pending pile!
Xavier Posted - 24/02/2021 : 10:12:03
Your species could be Cacia (Ipocregyes) assamensis Breuning, 1948 which has " a post-median discal black spot in the shape of a transverse oval ":


There could be two mixed species on this page.
Xavier Posted - 24/02/2021 : 00:16:21
I think it is an error in Larry website.
Bennyboymothman Posted - 23/02/2021 : 22:21:56
Well spotted, hmmm. I see formosana also is similar.
Xavier Posted - 23/02/2021 : 20:55:22
C. yunnana has a wavy transverse black spot. In your specimen it is rounder.
Here you can see a laotian specimen, and picture from Breuning(1970, Laos fauna)
Bennyboymothman Posted - 23/02/2021 : 20:28:05
Great, I didn't scroll far enough down! Thank you.
Greg Posted - 23/02/2021 : 13:11:16
Ben, check Cacia (Ipocregys) yunnana Breuning, 1938

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