|Larva: Cylindrical, of equal thickness
throughout its length ; head larger than the following
segment, black, thickly covered with obtuse castaneous
spines; body pale green ; beneath and legs castaneous,
armed with a subdorsal series of long and a spiracular
series of shorter spined castaneous tubercles, one in
each series on each segment, those on the fourth, sixth,
eighth, tenth and thirteenth segments in the subdorsal
series shorter than the others, spiracles black.
Pupa: Brown, richly gilt, head ending in two points,
Food-plants recorded, Glochidion lanceolatum and G.