Distribution: Cuba, Jamaica, (also Honduras, according to Forbes 1917).
Type locality: unknown to me.
Source of record: Hampson (1898) p. 409.
Method of identification: illustrated by Hubner (1825) on p. 14, figs. 439
Notes: Like other
Napata species this is a brilliant metallic blue; other members of the genus elsewhere
fly by day and are generally rare in collections. The illustration here is
from Seitz (1925) plate 21, row d., fig. 5.
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