Miaromima naessigi Kobes
Westermannia naessigi Kobes, 1989, Heterocera Sumatrana, 2: 156.
Westermannia naessigi Kobes; Sugi, 1991: 241.
Miaromima naessigi Kobes; Kobes, 1997: 66.
Diagnosis. The head-like mark is less clearly defined and has a more
‘untidy’ interior structure than in other species. Its basal margin has a more
transverse (rather than oblique)
curvature, with a very pale zone immediately basal to it.
Geographical range. Sumatra, Borneo, Himalaya.
Habitat preference. Only five specimens have been noted from Borneo, all
taken during the Mulu survey: three from alluvial forest at 70m, one from
dipterocarp forest at 150m and one from upper montane forest at 1780m.
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