Prout, 1931, Novit. zool., 36: 2.
succrassula (x 1.16)
Diagnosis. This is one of the fasciated fawn species where the identity is best
confirmed by dissection of the male genitalia. However, the antemedial and
medial of the forewing tend to be relatively straight and close together. The
male genitalia are characterised by short, broad socii and a rather triangular
saccus. The cerata of the eighth sternite in a Bornean male are slightly
shorter, broader and more unequal in the holotype.
Geographical range. Philippines (Mindanao, Palawan), Borneo.
Habitat preference. The species is rare in Borneo, with one specimen
recorded from Labuan I. and two from secondary and coastal vegetation at Mumong
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