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According to Jenkins (1990) the diagnostic features of Eunica are:

  1. Male uncus with a terminal small, usually separate, extended and curved beak
  2. Male tegumen elongate and often constricted posteriorly
  3. Male gnathos reduced, narrowed or shortened, rarely with a gnathos arm and rarely fused or joined ventrally
  4. Forewing with base of costa somewhat angled
  5. Male wings black or brown usually marked or glossed with iridescent blue, females dimorphic, usually brown with white maculae or band on forewing


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