Amplicincia lathyi

Distribution: Jamaica only.
Type locality: Jamaica.
Source of record: Field (1950) lists six specimens from unstated Jamaican localities.
Method of identification: male and female genitalia illustrated by Field (1950). The three transverse yellow bands on the upperside forewing distinguish this species from all other Amplicincia.
Notes: Until the revision of Field (1950) this species was lumped together into the two species Cincia conspersa and Cincia pallida - the two 'species' recorded by Gowdey (1926) from Jamaica. They can only easily be separated by genitalial dissection .