bipuncta Snellen, 1880, Midden Sumatra, 4(8): 43.
pratti Bethune-Baker, 1906, Novit. zool., 13: 202.
forewings are browner than in other Athetis, the fasciae almost straight,
the medial is more diffuse than the fine postmedial and antemedial; the reniform
is highlighted by white spots. The hindwing is medium brown, the dorsum in the
male densely and slightly more darkly pubescent.
range. Indian subregion to New Guinea.
preference. Records for Kinabalu have been between 1200m and 2000m with
perhaps some indication of preference for open habitats. This preference is
shown in Sulawesi where the species ranges from the lowlands to over 1000m.
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