Rhodoprasina corrigenda Cadiou & Kitching, 1996. in Kitching & Brechlin, 1996, Nachr. entomol. Ver. Apollo (N.F.) 17(1): 56. Type locality: Thailand, Chiang Mai, Doi Inthanon [National Park], 'checkpoint', 1700m.
Wingspan: 104-116mm. Similar to R. corolla Cadiou & Kitching, 1990, from Thailand, but larger and with a silvery sheen to the greenish forewings, which are longer and apically pointed. Hindwing pink area restricted to the basal half of the wing. Foretibia with an apical spine. Antennae not reaching the forewing discal spot; in R. corolla they extend beyond this spot. Underside of abdomen with a strong, dark median line posterior from segment four (rather then the narrow, green line present in R. floralis (Butler)).
A montane species occurring between 1700 and 2500m altitude. In northern Thailand flies at the beginning of the dry season before the onset of the cold season in late December, when nights become much colder.
In Thailand, from October until early December.
Larval hostplants. Unknown, but the related R. floralis from northern India has been recorded from Acer campbelli (Aceraceae) (Fellowes-Manson, 1906).
China: Chongqing (Simianshan, 1060m). Previous records from Guangdong refer to the recently described R. viksinjaevi Brechlin, 2005.
The extreme south of China as well as northern Thailand (Chiang Mai area, 1700-2500m) and northern Vietnam (Sa Pa, Lao Cai Province).