Rhodoprasina nanlingensis Kishida & Wang, 2003, Tinea 17(4): 176. Type locality: China, Guangdong, Shaoguan, Nanling National Forest Park, 1000m.
Wingspan: 86mm; length of forewing 39mm. A rather small species for the genus. Forewing relatively short and broad, with termen strongly crenulate. Head, thorax and abdomen naturally reddish ochreous, as are the forewing uppersides; cilia dark brown. Forewing maculation similar to that of Rhodoprasina corolla, but without the discal black dot. Ground colour of hindwing upperside more reddish than the forewing; cilia white. Undersides of both wings reddish ochreous; forewing broadly red in basal half, with rather obscure, brown median fascia (Kishida & Wang, 2003).
In male genitalia, uncus broad, with apex slightly notched. Valva with harpe bearing a rather long and slender hook. Juxta 'V'-shaped, somewhat similar to Rhodoprasina corolla, but with distal phlange less broad and much longer (Kishida & Wang, 2003).
This species flies at altitude during late autumn in the isolated warm temperate mountains of Guangdong.
China: 28.x (Guangdong, Nanling Shan); x-xi (Hunan, Nanling Shan).
Larval hostplants. Unknown.
China: Hunan (Nanling Shan, Mt. Shikengkong, 1500m); Guangdong (Nanling Shan, near Shaoguan, 1000m).
Endemic to southern China.