Phoenicoprocta hampsonii, comb. n. was included in Syntomeida Harris due to the superficially similar spotted wing with species of the genus. However, hampsonii is congeneric with Phoenicoprocta lydia, based on superficial similarities (eg., narrow wings, straight-sided, non-pointed abdomen with small tuft on end), but also size, similarities in the male genitalia, and microstructure of the flocculent released from the ventral valve (underside of A1), which is nearly identical to that of P. lydia, and radically different from that of the flocculents of species of Syntomeida. [Contributed by James K. Adams].