- Enosis achelous / Plötz, 1882 (Ferruginous Brown-eye )
- Enosis angularis / Möschler, 1877
- Enosis aphilos / Herrich-Schäffer, 1869
- Enosis blenda / Evans, 1955
- Enosis blotta / Evans, 1955
- Enosis dognini / Mabille, 1889
- Enosis iccius / Evans, 1955
- Enosis immaculata / Hewitson, 1868 (Immaculate Brown-eye )
- Enosis matheri / Freeman, 1969 (Mather's Brown-eye )
- Enosis schausi / Mielke & Casagrande, 2002
- Enosis topo / Nicolay, 1980
- Enosis uza / Hewitson, 1877
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