new Indian lepid. Insects Colln W.S. Atkinson:, 2: 186.
 1884-1887: 218.
See the generic description. The facies is unmistakable.
range. Indo-Australian tropics east to the Solomons; not recorded for
Australia (Nielsen et al., 1996).
preference. The only Bornean specimens seen are from G. Marapok in Sabah
and from Samarinda in the lowlands of Kalimantan, but these lack more precise
Moore (1884-1887) described and illustrated the larva as a slender semi-looper
with the first two pairs of prolegs reduced and with A8 slightly humped. The
body is greyish brown above, purplish brown below. The flanks are greyish white
with a longitudinal brown line; the spiracles are black. The head is ochreous
yellow with a black spot in front.
No host plant was given.
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