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Isocentris phoenicozona Hampson, [1896]; PED 8

  • Taxonomy

    The holotype of Isocentris phoenicozona Hampson, 1896: 385 is from India [Meghalaya] (Khasia Hills).

  • Description

    Wing length: 8.5mm. A yellow sp. with a purple submarginal band. In some specimens the apical yellow triangle may be replaced by a mauve suffusion. Labial palps are yellow and purple above and white beneath. The orange transverse lines are indistinct on US.

  • Distribution & Habitat

    India (Sikkim, Assam), Thailand, W. Malaysia Sabah, Sarawak, Kalimantan Timur, PNG.

  • Life History & Pest Status

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  • Similar spp.

    Isocentris filalis

  • Unrelated Look-alikes

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  • References

    Hampson, G.F. (1896) Moths, Vol. IV, In Blandford, W.T. (ed.), The Fauna of British India including Ceylon and Burma, W.T., Taylor and Francis, London: xxiii + 594pp.

    [RTS] (1994): 180, pl.30, fig.3).

  • Genitalia

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  • DNA Barcode

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  • 3D Imaging

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  • Spare

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(1) Taxonomy, (2) Description, (3) Distribution & Habitat, (4) Life History & Pest Status, (5) Similar spp., (6) Unrelated Look-alikes, (7) References, (8) Genitalia, (9) DNA Barcode, (10) 3D Imaging, (11) Spare