Some articles on terminal, brown, brown terminal edging:
... from base (the collar broadened towards the apex), and the terminal margin very broadly, dark brown on the inner side of this broad brown terminal edging there is a transverse incomplete discal series ... Hind wing terminal half or more dark brown, with an inner postdiscal and an outer subterminal series of more or less lunular spots of the ochraceous ground-colour ... area with a number of irregular cinnamon-brown spots, followed on the terminal half by three transverse series of more or less irregular and incomplete lunular cinnamon-brown markings and a narrow ...
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