Anuga fida Swinhoe, 1902, Ann.Mag. nat. Hist. (7),
Diagnosis. This and the next species can be distinguished from congeners by the
blue-grey or greenish blue-grey ground colour of the forewings and banding of
the hindwings. Separation of the pair is as described for the next species.
Geographical range. Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo.
Habitat preference. In Brunei the species has been taken frequently in
lowland dipterocarp forest but also in upper montane forest at 1600m on Bukit
Retak. The only specimen taken on the Mulu survey was in upper montane forest at
a similar altitude on G. Mulu.
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