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Some related literature:
The moths of India. Supplementary paper to the volumes in "The fauna of British India". Part I-II
J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 11
(2): 277-297, pl. A (1897),
(3): 438-662 (1898),
(4): 698-724 (1898)
Hering in Seitz, 1931
Die Indo-Australischen Spinner und Schwärmer
Gross-Schmett. Erde 10
: 1-909, pl. 1-100
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