convergens Gaede, 1917, Stettin.
ochrobrunnea L.B. Prout, 1919, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (9) 3:
ochrobrunnea nicanora L.B. Prout, 1919, Ibid.
ochrobrunnea Prout; Kobes, 1985: 33.
convergens Gaede; Kobes, 1992: 88.
The forewings are a richer, less purplish brown than in inversa,
and this darkens towards the marginal zone. The marginal zone is distinctly
paler and predominantly mauve. The underside has both wings grading darker
distally, and the male has the base of the hindwing and much more of the thorax
and legs tinged ochreous.
note. Poole (1989) placed convergens
a synonym of inversa,
but Kobes (1992; see above), on the advice of S. Sugi, revived it as a senior
synonym of ochrobrunnea.
There are slight differences in the male genitalia in the only Bornean male
examined with the valve costal processes more robust, particularly that on the
right. These processes are simpler, without bilateral asymmetry, in ssp. nicanora.
Poole (1989) placed ochrobrunnea erroneously
under Thyas Hübner.
range. Thailand (VK), Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo; New Guinea (ssp.
preference. Only two Bornean specimens have been seen, both from lowland
forest in Brunei: a male from 400m at Bedawan; a female from 300m in the Ulu
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