The nine members of the Pseudojana genus all occur in the warmer parts of Asia, from India to the Philippines and south to Indonesia.. The moths are large with a wingspan above ten centimeter and could easily be mistaken for a not so colorful giant silkmoth.
The early stages of most Pseudojana or still unknown, but if they all look like P. pallidipennis then they are large and hairy and very impressive. Pallidipennis feeds on bamboos and tall grasses, but this is not necessarily the same for the other species. Pseudojana incandescens for example is reported to feed upon Adina, a plant out the Rubiaceae family. Needless to say, that rearing a Pseudojana is trial and (hopefully not) error.