abdita is more elaborate, with a more pronounced median light stripe, and wavy submarginal
Forewings especially dark within triangle formed from submarginal
and medial lines typical of Natada, and in submarginal
area beyond it.
A similar situation occurs in some described genera in the Oriental Region, including Dapitana Mahmood (1967), Pemoasca Mahmood (1967), Rabiana Mahmood (1967), Serratulus Mahmood (1967), Mindanaoa Mahmood (1967) and Mahmoodia Dworakowska (1970a), which were originally included in Typhlocybini (sensu lato), but also have the hind wing submarginal
vein present and connecting the apices of veins RP+MP'.
The largest male paratype from Tonga has an overall yellowish body and the four lines on the head are more discernible than in the holotype; and the caudal fin has a submarginal
black line, thickest dorsally with a blue-violet margin.
-- Hind wing dorsal surface with structurally coloured submarginal
band in spaces between veins CuA and CuA2; ventral hindwing abdominal fold black with gleaming scales in basal and subbasal areas (Mesoamerica to Ecuador) (Figs.
Female (paratype): Carapace 3.60 long, 3.61 wide, light brown, darker anteriorly, indistinct submarginal
Ventral forewing: ground color dark brown, rufous brown from apex to discal cell end, and Cu[A.sub.2]; spots as in dorsal surface, except by the spot in Cu[A.sub.2]-2A, which is whitish, and a submarginal
wide, bright yellowish and contiguous band from apex to [M.sub.3], fused with the 2 submarginal
hyaline spots in [M.sub.1]-[M.sub.3]; costal area from base to Sc end yellowish; fringe dark rufous brown, whitish at the center of the space Cu[A.sub.2]-2A.
Dorsal fin and posterodorsal margin of caudal fin with narrow blue iridescent submarginal
Presenta una linea negra vertical submarginal
en forma de zig-zag en el area submarginal
Description.--Male (based on holotype, AM KS53940): carapace: dorsal profile straight in lateral view; overall light brown with two faint, short longitudinal light bands in anterior half, faint traces of light submarginal
bands; carapace margins darker (Fig.