Most similar to Eupanacra mydon, but the pattern elements of the forewing upperside are all much better defined, especially in the male, which should make it readily identifiable; though paler, and less pronounced. Abdomen underside with two rows of distinct black dots (unlike Eupanacra mydon) and a large black spot on segment seven, these less distinct in the female than the male. Forewing upperside with postmedial band better defined than in Eupanacra mydon, continuous between inner and costal margins; large dark triangular area on outer margin much better defined than in Eupanacra mydon; dark area on inner margin at tornus more extensive than in Eupanacra mydon, extending anterior to CuA2; discal spot larger in the male than in Eupanacra mydon, and more prominent in the female due to the paler ground colour. Hindwing upperside with submarginal band much less extensive than in Eupanacra mydon. Hindwing upperside with submarginal band more diffuse than in Eupanacra mydon.
Male genitalia similar to Eupanacra mydon, but: gnathos narrower; harpe more spatulate; phallus apical process with a longer right lobe.