zool. Soc. Lond., 1883: 20.
albitarsata Pagenstecher, 1888, Jb. nassau Ver. Naturk., 41: 139 [placed in Anomis in
Poole (1989) but as synonym of scissuralis
Two Bornean species have the brick orange or red facies typical of the genus,
but the dorsal part of the forewing postmedial is lunulate with faint yellow
areas distad in scissuralis and straight in its congener. The lobe of the
hindwing dorsum in the male of scissuralis is
also more prominent.
range. Indian Subregion, Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra,
Borneo, Ambon, Seram, New Guinea, Queensland.
preference. Only five Bornean specimens have been noted: from the coast of
Brunei at Seria; from 100m at Kalabakan in Sabah; from lowland forest in the
Barito Ulu of Kalimantan Tengah; from 1618m on Bukit Retak in Brunei; from 1780m
on G. Mulu.
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