Sorolopha bruneiregalis is distinguished from other species of Sorolopha, by its strikingly bold black and white forewing pattern.
In most other species of Sorolopha, the forewings are shade of green.
Sorolopha stygiaula (Meyrick, 1933) and Sorolopha camarotis (Meyrick, 1936) do have a black or olive brown forewing marking, but this is shaped like a broad crescent along most of the wing length.
Sorolopha bruneiregalis belongs to the Tortricidae family of Lepidoptera. This huge family of mainly small moths is diverse and hard to categorise.
Characteristic features of Tortricidae family
A taxonomic database of the world fauna of Tortricidae is available at Tortricid.net. and is based mainly on records from the Natural History Museum.