There are a few irregular black spots on the discal area of the fore wings, and a row of minute white spots on the outer border.
discal: on or relating to the disc of any surface or structure.
This is another genus founded by Dr. Scudder upon the shape of the discal stigma in the wing of the male.
The discal area is buff, and the belt is pale yellowish-buff.
The hind wings are pale buff, with the basal and discal areas mottled with green.
The discal spot on the hind wings is silvery, bordered with rosy-red.
A not uncommon aberration is without spots between the discal spot and the base of the fore wing; this is known as icarinus.
The discal spot of the secondaries is well silvered and margined with pale red.
Hind wings with two vitreous spots, of which one is basal and the other discal.
Wings long, with the discal areolets from the base to beyond the middle mostly vitreous, but having the veins bordered with brown.