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Zoot. Soc. if London 14, 4, p. 29 6, 304 (1897). " Saida. SNELLEN thinks CHUZA and SAIDA Hew. etc. to be both the sexes of the same species and synonyms of SCHOENHERRI Latreille; a species which description is very clear. W. J. Buitenzorg (265); Mega Mendoung-mountains (1450). C. J. Province of Madioun. E. J.? Genus BIBASIS Watson. I. SEN A Moore. (PI. VI, fig. 21 a, b). MOORE, Proc. Zool. Soc. of London 1865, p. 778. Lep. of Ceylon, p. 160, 533, pI. 65,fig· 3, " 3a (1881) STAUDINGER, Iris II, s.
206 (1897). , Scobura Bononia. In the neighbourhood of the Tjiletou or Sandbay (+ 200) on the south coast. e. J.? E. J. ). 2. FER ALIA Hew. (PI. VII, fig. 40 a, b, c). HEWITSON, Descr. of new. ,p. 3r, No. 20 (1868). " Ex. butt. , pl. 4, fig. 32 (1869) . Hesperia Feralia. " " 28 ELWES and EDWARDS, Trans. Linn. Soc. qf London 14, 4, Scobura Feralia. p. 206 (1897) . ELWES and EDWARDS, Trans. Linn. Soc. qf London 14, 4, p. 204, 207, pI. 19, jig. 2Q (1897). " Bipunctata. SNELLEN regards BIPUNCTATA as not a separate species.
J. Buitenzorg (265);" Sindanglaya (1074); mount Salak (780). C. J.? E. J. Without any further indication of the locality where it was caught. This butterfly has also blood-red eyes during life. The larva lives also in a rolled up and fastened leaf of a BAMBUSA species; its colour is red or brown, covered, however, with much white, the rounded anal-extremity is blackish and overgrown with white little hairs; on the back of the last segments some black dots are seen; the spiracles are black also.
The Rhopalocera of Java: Hesperidae by M. C. Piepers, P. C. T. Snellen (auth.)