Djalmabatista sinica sp. n. is described and figured based on the adult male and pupa. The male can be separated from its congeners by the characteristic banded wing and the abdominal coloration, while the pupa differs from other species in the setal arrangement on abdominal segment III and the shape of the thoracic horn and the anal lobe. In addition, the pupa of D. reidi (Freeman, 1955) collected in China is briefly redescribed and a new distribution record is given.
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