Two new species, Zographetus pangi Fan and Wang sp. nov. from Nanling National Nature Reserve, Guangdong, and Z. hainanensis Fan and Wang sp. nov. from Yinggeling, Hainan, China, are described and illustrated. Z. pangi is allied to Z. rama, but can be easily separated from the latter by forewing lack of swollen vein in the male, and hindwing underside having dark brown spots, as well as the valva of male genitalia without pointed protruding in the upper margin of the harpal process. Z. hainanensis is closely related to Z. pangi, differing from the latter in having the small white spot in space M2 on forewing upperside and that on underside more distinct, the spot in upper cell rather smaller; valva with the harpal process nearly rectangular, the upper margin nearly straight. Female genitalia of Z. satwa de Nicéville is described for the first time.
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