Thubana heylaertsi

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Thubana heylaertsi
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T. heylaertsi
Binomial name
Thubana heylaertsi
(Snellen, 1903)
Synonyms
  • Lecithocera heylaertsiSnellen, 1903

Thubana heylaertsi is a moth in the family Lecithoceridae. It was described by Snellen in 1903. It is found on Java. [1]

The wingspan is 17–18 mm. The forewings are dark brown with dark yellow markings. The hindwings are blackish-grey with a round yellow mark at the tip, marked by a black fleck. [2]

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