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- Elasmoscelis fuscofasciata Stål, 1854: 248.
- Cixius eminens Walker, 1858: 42 (synonymized by Atkinson 1886: 42).
- Lacusa fuscofasciata (Stål, 1854), comb. n. by Stål, 1862: 309; Atkinson 1886: 42; Distant 1906: 324, Fig. 159; Melichar 1915: 355; Liang 2000: 287, Figs 10, 18–22.
- Lacusa yunnanensis Chou & Huang (in Chou et al.) 1985: 128, 137-138, Fig. 119 (synonymized by Liang 1996: 147).
1♂, China: Guizhou Province, Jiangkou County, Fanjingshan National Natural Reserve, 24 September 2011, coll. Weibin Zheng (GUGC); 26♂♂14♀♀, China: Guizhou Province, Wangmo County, 19 August 2012, coll. Zhimin Chang, Weibin Zheng, Jiankun Long and Weicheng Yang (GUGC); 4♂♂1♀, China: Guizhou Province, Ceheng County, 25 August 2012, coll. Zhimin Chang, Weibin Zheng and Jiankun Long (GUGC); 2♂♂, China: Guizhou Province, Luodian County, 16 May 2013, coll. Jiankun Long (GUGC); 6♂♂6♀♀, China: Hainan Province, Jianfengling National Natural Reserve, 9 April 2013, coll. Jiankun Long, Jichun Xing and Yubo Zhang (GUGC); 1♂, China: Yunnan Province, Ruili City, Nongdao, 15 July 2013, coll. Haiyan Sun (GUGC).
China (Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangdong, Hainan), India, Nepal, Burma, Thailand.
Chou & Huang (in Chou et al. 1985) described a new species Lacusa yunnanensis from Menglun, Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China, based on one female specimen, and they noted that Lacusa yunnanensis was closely related to Lacusa fuscofasciata, but that it could be distinguished from it by the fuscous transverse band near outer margin on forewing branched and the fuscous meso- and metathorax. Later, Liang (1996) proposed Lacusa yunnanensis as a junior synonym of Lacusa fuscofasciata based on examination of specimens from Yunnan, Guizhou, Guangdong and Hainan Provinces in China.
Body length (from apex of vertex to tip of forewings) of male specimen from Guizhou and Hainan Provinces, relatively small about 6.9 mm, but male specimen from Yunnan Province relatively larger about 8.0 mm.
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