1884-1887: 242.
rubrirena Hampson, 1912, J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc.,
The species is superficially like a smaller, browner Parolulis olivescens Hampson
(see below), but the obliqueness of the pale forewing postmedial that bounds a
subapical dark brown triangle on the costa, is reflected in the obliqueness of
the dark brown discal mark. An irregular, pale zig-zag submarginal encloses a
dark brown area in the interior half of the marginal zone.
distal margin is slightly angled centrally.
note. The male genitalia are similar to those of the type species but
the uncus is narrower and the apical part of the valve is shorter, the more
dorsal process more acute.
range. Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Borneo.
preference. The only Bornean specimen seen is a male from lowland
dipterocarp forest at 300m near the Rampayoh river in Brunei.
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