Diarsia flavostigma Holloway, 1976: 7.
the next species have very similar forewings of pinkish grey with a more orange
tone over the anterior half and within the pale stigmata. The next species is
larger, with a diagnostic black dot posterior to the orbicular stigma, which is
less conspicuously pale.
is probably the sister species of dimorpha Wileman & West from
Luzon, though it has the dorsally directed harpe process more slender, and the
other process is much shorter.
?Sumatra (Holloway, 1976).
species is only known from G. Kinabalu, taken at 2110m (a few) and 2600m (many)
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