Metoxydia delineata Warren,
1894, Novit. zool. 1: 442.
and the next species have similar facies, but D. mjoebergi is
distinguished by the strong tail to the hindwing between Rs and M1.
Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo.
species is not common, a few individuals having been taken recently in the upper
montane forest zone of G. Mulu, Sarawak (1780m), and Bukit Retak, Brunei
(1468m). There is also a specimen from Samarinda in Kalimantan. Some of the
specimens attributed to the next species for G. Kinabalu by Holloway (1976)
proved to be delineata.
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