Specimens lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus., 15: 1848.
Linn. Soc. (Zool.), 7: 183, syn. n.
This is a small species like elongata but is generally a more rufous brown. The forewing
fasciation is more strongly sinuous, and this is usually emphasised by a
variable degree of whitish suffusion in a postmedial band.
note. The original description gave Adelaide, Australia, as type
locality, but the species is not otherwise known from Australia and was
therefore excluded by Nielsen et al. (1996). Poole (1989) placed intracta
a synonym of the next species but it is in fact conspecific with amanda.
range. Borneo, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia.
preference. This is predominantly an infrequent lowland forest species,
possibly of hill dipterocarp forest as it was restricted to the transect of G.
Mulu during the Mulu survey, extending weakly into the lower montane zone at
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