Elusa mediorufa Hampson,
1909, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (8), 4. 375.
antennae are broken but may possibly be filiform. The forewings are pale brown
with a large, subbasal, rufous brown patch. The margins are also dark and there
is a fine, irregular, crenulate postmedial. The male genitalia have the uncus
down flexed, narrow, apically bifurcate, the valves lacking coremata and with a
simple, straight, apically spatulate harpe.
species is known only from the holotype male from Sarawak, but with no precise
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