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Observation notes: Tanna and Teleus are very similar, but this one shows several features that are right for Tanna. Rather thin and jagged ventral HW bands, particularly the one closest to the wing's edge. Also, the bands are lighter and browner than on Teleus. Dorsal median band is slightly thicker than it would be on Teleus, and there are 5 apical spots, instead of 4 for "Teleus"