Holloway, 1976: 70.
Diagnosis. The facies is unmistakable, with light, regular fasciation on the fawn
wings and strongly angled postmedials, that of the forewing with black edging to
the costal side of the angle only. There is also an oblique subbasal black line
on the forewing.
Taxonomic notes. Only females are known, and the genitalia are not entirely typical of
the genus as there is no definite tuft or fan of spines in the bursa, merely
general fields of spines basally and dorsally separated by a belt that is
unspined but crossed by a longitudinally fluted zone of scobination on one side.
Geographical range. Borneo.
Habitat preference. The three specimens known are all from G. Kinabalu,
taken at 1760m and 1930m.
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