Linn. Soc. (Zool.), 6: 186.
lutosa Swinhoe; 1890, Trans. ent. Soc. London,
The male hindwing modification in this and the next species is similar to that
of the previous two species, but the forewing lacks an extensive marginal black
area; in inconclusa
is mainly uniform straw-buff, though slightly variegated transversely with
darker brown. The inner edge of the marginal zone is faintly evident, curved,
without a notch, somewhat oblique and, in inconclusa,
with darker shading distad. In both species the hindwing grades slightly darker
at the margin. The male hind-tibia in both also bears a conspicuous fan of
scales that is buff basally, grading darker and greyer distad.
preference. All recently collected Bornean material, three older specimens
and possibly the type are from Kuching in Sarawak, so presumably the species is
characteristic of highly disturbed or cultivated habitats in the lowlands.
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