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Imma auxobathra Meyrick, 1906

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Similiar species:
Imma Walker, [1859] species known from the Indian subcontinent. 
Imma accuralis (Walker, [1859]). Sri Lanka.
Imma albofascia (Felder, 1861). Sri Lanka; India: Southern India.
Imma auxobathra Meyrick, 1906. Nepal; Sri Lanka; India: Karnataka. 
Imma chasmatica Meyrick, 1906. India: Sikkim, Assam.
Imma chlorosoma Meyrick, 1906. India: Khasi Hills, Meghalaya.
Imma chlorosphena Meyrick, 1906. Sri Lanka.
Imma cymbalodes Meyrick, 1906. India: Khasi Hills, Meghalaya.
Imma cyclostoma Meyrick, 1906. Myanmar; India: Khasi Hills, Meghalaya.
Imma dedicata Meyrick, 1925. India.
Imma diluticiliata (Walsingham, 1900). India: Assam, Sulu.
Imma ergasia (Meyrick, 1905). Sri Lanka.
Imma flammula Diakonoff, 1978. Nepal.
Imma flavibasa (Moore, 1888). India, Assam, Eastern Himlayas.
Imma flaviceps (Felder & Rogenhofer, 1874). Himalayas.
Imma grammarcha (Meyrick, 1905). Sri Lanka.
Imma halonitis Meyrick, 1920. India: Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Imma hyphantis Meyrick, 1906. Sri Lanka.
Imma lithosioides (Moore, 1887). Sri Lanka.
Imma lysidesma Meyrick, 1906. India: Assam, Khasi hills, Meghlaya.
Imma mackwoodi (Moore, 1887). Sri Lanka.
Imma melotoma Meyrick, 1906. India: Sikkim.
Imma mesochorda Meyrick, 1906. India: Assam.
Imma mylias Meyrick, 1906. India: Meghalaya. 
Imma microsticta (Hampson, 1897). India: Assam.
Imma phalerata Meyrick, 1906. India: Assam.
Imma psoricopa Meyrick, 1906. Sri Lanka.
Imma rugosalis Walker, [1859]. Sri Lanka.
Imma semicitra Meyrick, 1937. Sri Lanka; India.
Imma synconista Meyrick, 1918. India: Kanara, Karnataka.
Imma tetrope (Diakonoff, 1978). Nepal.
Imma triardis Meyrick, 1906. India: Southern India.
Imma tyrocnista Meyrick, 1906. India: Andaman Islands.
 
References:
  1. OD: Imma auxobathra Meyrick, 1906. Trans. Ent. Soc. Lond. 1906 (2): 188; TL: Borneo, Pulo Laut. Text at https://archive.org/details/transactionsofen1906roya/page/188/mode/1up?view=theater
  2. Meyrick, E. 1969, Catalogue of the type specimens of Microlepidoptera in the British Museum, Vol. 6 ,pg. 104 & Pl. 52 fig 4-4c (male). Plate at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/138781#page/115/mode/1up
  3. Wytsman, P. 1914-196. Genera insectorum, 164-169. Plate at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/105423#page/51/mode/1up
  4. Robinson, G.S., K.R.Tuck, M. Shaffer & K. Cook. 1994. The Smaller Moths of South-East Asia. Malaysian Nature Society, Kuala Lumpur. 308 pp., 51 figs., 32 pls. Pg. 115, # 361, Pl. 19/10 & 11 for male and female. As Moca auxobathra.
  5. https://www.papua-insects.nl/insect%20orders/Lepidoptera/Immidae/Moca/Moca%20auxobathra.htm 
Note: Though Robinson et al (1994) include its range as India and Sri Lanka, as the type locality is Borneo, it needs to be verified whether the S. Indian species represent the same taxon.

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Anonymous. 2022. Imma auxobathra Meyrick, 1906. In Sondhi, S., Y. Sondhi, P. Roy and K. Kunte (Chief Editors). Moths of India, v. 3.30. Indian Foundation for Butterflies. http://www.mothsofindia.org/sp/358512/Imma-auxobathra
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