Superfamily NOCTUOIDEA (2848 species)

Family EUTELIIDAE (168 species)

Subfamily EUTELIINAE (78 species)

Penicillaria jocosatrix Guenée (Part 14, p. 169). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Montane).

Penicillaria simplex Walker (Part 14, p. 170). Oriental tropics to New Guinea. Mainly upper montane.

Penicillaria meeki Bethune-Baker (Part 14, p. 171). Sundaland and Australasian tropics. (Lowland).

Penicillaria dorsipuncta Hampson (Paet 14, P. 171). Sundaland to New Guinea, Queensland (Montane).

Penicillaria maculata Butler (Part 14, p. 172). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowlands to montane).

Penicillaria plusioides Walker (Part 14, p. 172). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Montane).

Eutelia instructa Walker (p.404, omitted from Part 14; Plate 7). Pakistan, N.W. India, ?Borneo. (Lowland). Note 469. Note 469. Eutelia instructa Walker was originally described from Borneo (Walker, [1863] 1864, J. Proc. Linn. Soc. (Zool.) 7: 68) but omitted in error from Part 14. The holotype (OUMNH: 1426) was purportedly taken by A.R. Wallace, probably in the lowlands, but the species has not been recorded from Borneo since then. Indeed, apart from the holotype, all other material seen is from N.W. India and Pakistan. Wallace material from Sarawak can be identified by a small round label with ‘SAR’ handwritten on it either by Wallace or Charles Allen, his assistant; the holotype of instructa lacks this type of label. Kobes (2008) does not record instructa from Sumatra. The species is a true Eutelia, as discussed in Part 14, and is illustrated in Plate 7. See also Part 7, p. 430 for another instance where a Bornean specimen purportedly collected by Wallace appears disjunct from all other records.

Marathyssa incisa Kobes (new record; Plate 6). Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland). Note 470. Note 470. Kobes (1994, 2008) described Marathyssa incisa Kobes (Plate 6) from Sumatra and provided a commentary on the genus Marathyssa Walker (N. America, Africa and S.E. Asia), recording it for the first time from Sundaland; the Indian M. harmonica Hampson also occurs in Sumatra. A single male of incisa (in FRC Sepilok) has been taken at Kaingaran (720m) in the foothills of G. Trus Madi near Tambunan. The type species, M. basalis Walker, is from N. America; Kobes (2008) stated that the genus required further study to establish its monophyly.

Phalga sinuosa Moore (Part 14, p. 173). Oriental tropics. (Lowland).

Caedesa agropoides Walker (Part 14, p. 174). Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland).

Caedesa angulifera Walker (Part 14, p. 175). Borneo, Sumatra. Lowland rainforest.

Atacira diehli Kobes (Part 14, p. 176). Thailand, Sundaland. (Lowland).

Atacira flaviluna Hampson (Part 14, p. 176). Andamans, Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia. (Lowland). Note 471. Note 471. Atacira flaviluna has been reared from the mangrove Bruguiera (Rhizophoraceae) in the Andamans (Robinson et al., 2001), supporting the association with mangrove indicated by two of the three specimens noted in Part 14.

Atacira josephinae Holloway (Part 14, p. 176). Thailand, Borneo. (Montane).

Atacira rubrirena Holloway (Part 14, p. 177). Sundaland to New Guinea. (Lowland).

Atacira approximata Walker (Part 14, p. 177). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Atacira dimidiata Walker (Part 14, p. 178). Thailand, Sundaland, Wallacea. (Lowland).

Atacira caesia Roepke (Part 14, p. 178). Thailand, Borneo, Sumatra, Sulawesi. (Lowland).

Atacira chalybsa Hampson (Part 14, p. 178). Oriental tropics to Sundaland. (Lowland).

Atacira chalybsoides Holloway (Part 14, p. 179). Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland).

Atacira winseri Holloway (Part 14, p. 179). Borneo, Sumatra. (Montane).

Atacira waterstradti Holloway (Part 14, p. 179). Borneo, Sumatra. No precise habitat data.

Atacira brunneata Holloway (Part 14, p. 180). Thailand, Sundaland. (?Lowland).

Atacira barlowi Holloway (Part 14, p. 180). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Atacira pala Holloway (Part 14, p. 181). Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland, ?alluvial forest).

Atacira smarti Holloway (Part 14, p. 181). Borneo, Sumatra, ?+ Sulawesi, Bali. (Montane).

Atacira angulata Holloway (Part 14, p. 182). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Atacira olivacea Holloway (Part 14, p. 182). Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland).

Sundatelia guichardi sp. n. (p. 406, Plate 6, Fig 147). Endemic. (Lowland). Note 472. Note 472. Sundatelia Gen. n.
Type species: gentingthea sp. n.
This genus has the typical euteliine features of a curved flange associated with the apodemes of the basal abdominal sternite and an oval sclerite within the ductus ejaculatorius of the male vesica. The facies is similar to that of Atacira Swinhoe, but the doubled postmedial of the forewing is more closely associated with the submarginal, the two only enclosing a small dark block on the costa rather than the triangular mark that typifies most Atacira, and then three patches of paler ground over the rest of their length. The antemedial is darker than the medial, also double, much more prominent than in Atacira and obtusely angled centrally. The general ground colour is grey or brownish grey. The forewing reniform is formed of a grey oval with a fine black surround, with the orbicular similar but smaller and round. The hindwings are also grey, paler basally, with poorly defined, slightly darker medial and submarginal fasciae. The male antennae are densely ciliate rather than bipectinate over the basal half as in Atacira.
In the male abdomen, the eighth sternite has a semicircular band of sclerotisation anteriorly that encloses a membranous zone with setal hairs that extend posteriorly, the setal bases being enlarged in a semi‑circle just posterior to the sclerotised band. The anterior margin of the tergite is deeply concave between two rounded apodemes with a seta‑bearing membranous zone also extending posteriorly. The genitalia are characterised by strong saccular spines on the valves as in Atacira, but the cucullar part is also elongate and triangular rather than reduced. The uncus is unmodified, and the saccus is broader and shorter than in Atacira. The aedeagus vesica has one or two robust cornuti as well as fields of scobination and patches of more needle‑like spines.
The female genitalia are typical of the group with a narrow eighth segment that has short but robust apodemes and a generally scobinate, pyriform corpus bursae with a double scobinate signum in the distal part.
The genus contains three species that have so far only been recorded within Malaysia, two only within the Genting Tea Estate, as reflected in the name of the type species.

Kobestelia obliquata Walker (Part 14, p. 183). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Kobestelia rosea Holloway (Part 14, p. 183). Thailand, Sundaland. (Lowland).

Targallodes vittalba Semper (Part 14, p. 184). Oriental tropics to New Guinea. Lowland to upper montane.

Aplotelia diplographa Hampson (Part 14, p. 188). Oriental tropics to Sulawesi. (Lowland and montane.)

Aplotelia nubilosa Warren (Part 14, p. 188). Thailand, Sundaland, Philippines. (Lowland).

Pataeta carbo Guenée (new record). Thailand, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi, S. Moluccas, New Guinea, N. & E. Australia, New Caledonia, Fiji. ?Introduced. Note 473. Note 473. Pataeta carbo was reared from Eucalyptus urophylla (Myrtaceae) at Mendolong near Sipitang in Sabah (voucher in FRC, Sepilok). The species feeds on Myrtaceae in Australia (Common, 1990: 456), a feature shared with Targalla species. The male genitalia were illustrated by Holloway (1979). Robinson (1975) suggested that the only record for Fiji may have been an introduction, and it is possible that the scattered records from the Oriental tropics may be of similar origin due to the extensive plantation of Eucalyptus; the records in Robinson et al. (2001) all have their origin in forestry data.

Targalla delatrix Guenée (Part 14, p. 190). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland).

Targalla palliatrix Guenée (Part 14, p. 191). Indo‑Australian tropics. Lowland to montane.

Targalla subocellata Walker (Part 14, p. 192). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland), upper montane.

Targalla atripars Hampson (Part 14, p. 193). Thailand, Sundaland to Solomons. (Lowland).

Targalla duplicilinea Walker (Part 14, p. 193). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland to montane).

Targalla scelerata Holland (Part 14, p. 193). Sumatra, Borneo, Wallacea, Australasian tropics. (Lowland).

Targalla alboquadrata Holloway (Part 14, p. 194). Borneo, Sumatra, Sulawesi. (Limestone).

Targalla albiceps Hampson (Part 14, p. 195). Oriental tropics to Sundaland.

Targalla transversa Candeze (Part 14, p. 195). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland).

Targalla suffundens Walker (Part 14, p. 195). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland).

Targalla apicifascia Hampson (Part 14, p. 196). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland to montane).

Chlumetia transversa Walker (Part 14, p. 197). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland).

Chlumetia euthysticha Turner (Part 14, p. 198). Borneo, Sumatra, Australasian tropics. (Lowland).

Chlumetia postrubra Holloway (Part 14, p. 199). Sundaland, Wallacea. (Lowland).

Chlumetia kinabalua Holloway (Part 14, p. 200). Endemic. (Upper montane).

Chlumetia dulita Holloway (Part 14, p. 200). Endemic. (Lowland).

Anigraea albomaculata Hampson (Part 14, p. 202). Oriental tropics to Wallacea. (Montane).

Anigraea mediopunctata Pagenstecher (Part 14, p. 203). Sundaland, Sulawesi, Melanesia. (Lowland).

Anigraea deleta Hampson (Part 14, p. 203). Oriental tropics to Sundaland; New Guinea. (Lowland).

Anigraea mediifascia Hampson (Part 14, p. 204). Sundaland. Lower and upper montane.

Anigraea cinctipalpis Walker (Part 14, p. 204). Oriental tropics to New Guinea, Queensland. (Lowland).

Anigraea homochroa Hampson (Part 14, p. 205). Borneo, Sumatra, New Guinea. (Lowland to upper montane).

Anigraea rubida Walker (Part 14, p. 205). Oriental tropics to Sundaland, Sulawesi. (Lowland, lower montane).

Anigraea serratilinea Warren (Part 14, p. 205). N.E. Himalaya, Sundaland, Wallacea, New Guinea. (Lowland to upper montane).

Anigraea phaeopera Hampson (Part 14, p. 206). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Anuga indigofera Holloway (Part 14, p. 207). Sundaland. (Upper montane).

Anuga insuffusa Warren (Part 14, p. 20 7). Indochina to Sundaland, Philippines. (Lowland to upper montane).

Anuga kobesi Holloway (Part 14, p. 208). Thailand, Sundaland. (Lower montane).

Anuga rotunda Holloway (Part 14, p. 208). Endemic. (Lowland).

Anuga canescens Walker (Part 14, p. 209). Sundaland. Lowland.

Anuga juventa Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 209). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Anuga juventoides Holloway (Part 14, p. 210). Borneo, Sumatra. Lowland.

Anuga constricta Guenée (Part 14, p. 210). Oriental tropics to Wallacea. Lowland (to upper montane).

Anuga fida Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 211). Sundaland. Lowland to upper montane.

Anuga fidoides Holloway (Part 14, p. 211). Endemic. (Lowland to upper montane).

Paectes subapicalis Walker (Part 14, p. 213). N.E. Himalaya, S.E. Asia, Sumatra, ?Borneo. Note 474. Note 474. In Part 14: 213 it was noted that confirmation of the presence of Paectes subapicalis in Borneo was needed. On the positive side, the species has been recorded in Sumatra by Kobes (2008: 362), and so occurrence in Borneo is certainly possible. On the negative side, two more noctuid species have been located with a similar typed label of ‘Sarawak’ for which this is the only record for Borneo for otherwise mainland Asian species, in this case neither recorded closer to Borneo than the Himalayan region. The species are Protoseudyra picta Hampson (?Xylenini) and an Ozarba Walker (Eustrotiinae) species, possibly arenacea Hampson or destituta Moore. In all of these species there is a secondary typed label just bearing a number: 100 for picta; 102 for the Ozarba; 105 for subapicalis.

Paectes poliotis Hampson (Part 14, p. 213). Sundaland. Lowland, (upper montane).

Paectes cristatrix Guenée (Part 14, p. 214). Oriental tropics to Sundaland; Ceram. (Upper montane).

Paectes psaliphora Hampson (Part 14, p. 216). Sundaland, Wallacea, Melanesia. (Lowland) to upper montane.

Paectes roseovincta Warren (Part 14, p. 217). Thailand, Sundaland. (Lowland to upper montane).

Paectes leucotrigona Hampson (Part 14, p. 217). Sundaland. (Lowland to lower montane).

Paectes taminata Warren (Part 14, p. 218). N.E. Himalaya, Sundaland. (Lower montane).

Paectes osseotrigona Holloway (Part 14, p. 218). ?Sundaland. (Lowland).

 

Subfamily STICTOPTERINAE (89 species)

Tribe STICTOPTERINI (35 species)

Stictoptera trajiciens Walker (Part 14, p. 225). Oriental tropics to New Guinea. (Lowland to upper montane).

Stictoptera repleta Walker (Part 14, p. 226). N.E. Himalaya, Sundaland. (Lowland to upper montane).

Stictoptera signifera Walker (Part 14, p. 227). Oriental tropics to Sulawesi. Lowland to upper montane. Note 475. Note 475. Kobes (2010c) raised the possibility that Stictoptera signifera Walker was a complex of species in Sumatra, and revived the taxon griseata Hampson from synonymy on the basis of the shape of the uncus. The sigmoid nature of this structure means that it can appear differently shaped in different orientations in slide mounts, and this is apparent in the illustrations provided by Kobes. Most Stictoptera species are polymorphic, and many species throughout the range of the genus have griseata-like forms. The concept of a variable signifera postulated in Part 14 is retained here, but with the recommendation that the possibility of a complex be tested further by DNA barcoding.

Stictoptera cucullioides Guenée (Part 14, p. 228). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland) to upper montane. Note 476. Note 476. The holotype (OUMNH: 2660) of Steiria phryganeoides Walker (1859, J. Proc. Linn. Soc. (Zool.) 3: 190, Singapore) proves this taxon to be a junior synonym of Stictoptera cucullioides Guenée, syn. n. The specimen resembles that illustrated in Part 14, Plate 4: 13.

Stictoptera plagifera Walker comb. n. (Part 14, p. 229, as ferrifera Walker). Indo‑Australian tropics. Lowland to upper montane. Note 477. Note 477. The holotype (OUMNH: 2659) of Briarda plagifera Walker (1859, J. Proc. Linn. Soc. (Zool.) 3: 189, Singapore) proves this taxon to be a senior synonym of Steiria ferrifera Walker, syn. n. Therefore this species now becomes Stictoptera plagifera Walker comb. n. The specimen resembles that illustrated in Part 14, Plate 4: 15.

Stictoptera terribilis Holloway (Part 14, p. 230). Endemic. Upper montane.

Stictoptera grisea Moore (Part 14, p. 230). N.E. Himalaya to Ceram. (Lower to) upper montane.

Stictoptera semialba Walker (Part 14, p. 231). Sundaland. (Lowland, lower montane), upper montane.

Stictoptera macromma Snellen (Part 14, p. 232). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland to upper montane).

Stictoptera esmeralda Holloway (Part 14, p. 232). Borneo, Sumatra. Upper montane.

Stictoptera columba Walker (Part 14, p. 233). N.E. Himalaya to New Guinea. (Lowland to upper montane).

Aegilia describens Walker (Part 14, p. 234). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland).

Aegilia sundascribens Holloway (Part 14, p. 236). Sundaland. Lowland to upper montane. Note 478. Note 478. Edwards in Nielsen et al. (1996: 374, note 645) followed the policy adopted for the work cited of treating all infraspecific Strand aberrational names later used by Gaede for forms (e.g. 1937, Gross‑Schmett. Erde 11: 366‑383) as thereby validated. The polymorphism exhibited by many species of Stictoptera Guenée and Aegilia Walker and, to a lesser extent, elsewhere in the subfamily, is very unusual in that many of the forms are represented across species concepts as discussed on pp. 236‑237 in Part 14, so it was proposed to use the Strand names as nomina collectiva to enable similar morphs to be tracked throughout the subfamily. The Strand names are descriptive to this end, e.g. albosuffusa and semilunaris. It is, however, clear from the Stictopterinae text of Gaede that he appreciated the polymorphism of Stictoptera Guenée and allies, and was aware that similar forms recurred from species to species. In his introduction to the subfamily he stated that “all these species are variable, so that mostly several forms are known of the more common species”. For some species he noted that many forms occurred in the same locality, a clear indication that he considered them to be conspecific. For most species he listed forms for each, numbering but not naming them or giving distributional data. When infrasubspecific Strand names were available, he applied them to the forms concerned within his numbered sequence. It is therefore proposed here that, where such forms are listed in a numbered sequence, they remain infrasubspecific despite being termed forms by Gaede; the rank is implicit, if not completely explicit (cf. note 651 in Nielsen et al. (1996)). This is the case for the nomenclature for describens.

Savoca divitalis Walker (Part 14, p. 239). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland to upper montane).

Savoca conglobalis Walker (Part 14, p. 238). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia, New Guinea. (Lowland to upper montane).

Savoca yucca Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 240). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia. (Lowland to upper montane).

Savoca chlorograpta Hampson (Part 14, p. 240). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia. No precise habitat data.

Savoca glaucobasis Hampson (Part 14, p. 240). Endemic. (Lowland to lower montane).

Savoca xista Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 241). Sundaland, Sulawesi, New Guinea, Solomons. Lowland.

Savoca triangulifera Holloway (Part 14, p. 241). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Savoca obscurata Holloway (Part 14, p. 241). Borneo, Sulawesi. (Upper montane).

Savoca scotioides Prout (Part 14, p. 242). Sundaland, Wallacea, Ceram, New Guinea. (Upper montane).

Savoca cristipennis Hampson (Part 14, p. 242). Indian Subregion, Borneo. (?Lowland).

Gyrtona proximalis Walker (Part 14, p. 243). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia. (Lowland), lower and upper montane.

Gyrtona obliqualis Holloway (Part 14, p. 244). Endemic. Upper montane.

Gyrtona inclusalis Walker (Part 14, p. 244). Sundaland. (Lowland to upper montane).

Gyrtona perlignealis Walker (Part 14, p. 245). Sundaland. No precise habitat data.

Gyrtona ferrimissalis Walker (Part 14, p. 245). Sundaland, Sulawesi. Lowland, mainly in heath forest, lower and upper montane.

Gyrtona semicarbonalis Walker (Part 14, p. 246). Indo‑Australian tropics. Lowland, mainly in heath forest, lower and upper montane.

Gyrtona lapidarioides Holloway (Part 14, p. 247). Endemic. Upper montane.

Gyrtona pseudoquadratifera Holloway (Part 14, p. 247). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia. (Lowland), lower and upper montane.

Gyrtona eusema Prout (Part 14, p. 248). Endemic. (Upper montane).

Gyrtona oxyptera Hampson (Part 14, p. 248). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia, Sulawesi. (Lowland).

Gyrtona niveivitta Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 248). Sundaland. Lowland.

Gyrtona pyraloides Walker (Part 14, p. 249). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland to upper montane).

Tribe ODONTODINI (55 species)

Odontodes seranensis Prout (Part 14, p. 250). Thailand, Burma, Sundaland, Wallacea, S. Moluccas. Lowland to upper montane.

Odontodes pallidifimbria Warren (Part 14, p. 250). Thailand, Sundaland. Lowland to upper montane.

Lophoptera tripartita Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 254). Thailand, Sundaland, Sulawesi, Buru, New Guinea. (Lowland), lower and upper montane.

Lophoptera paranthyala Holland (Part 14, p. 255). Sundaland, Buru. Lowland.

Lophoptera cinnamona Holloway (Part 14, p. 255). Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland).

Lophoptera pustulifera Walker (Part 14, p. 255). Indo‑Australian tropics. Lowland, upper montane.

Lophoptera purpurascens Bethune‑Baker (Part 14, p. 256). Thailand, Sundaland to Solomons. (Lowland to upper montane).

Lophoptera astriata Holloway (Part 14, p. 257). Endemic. Upper montane.

Lophoptera ferrinalis Walker (Part 14, p. 258). Thailand, Sundaland. Lowland to upper montane.

Lophoptera leucostriga Hampson (Part 14, p. 258). Sundaland. Lower to upper montane.

Lophoptera coangulata Warren (Part 14, p. 259). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland) to upper montane.

Lophoptera transpallida Holloway (Part 14, p. 259). Sundaland, Sulawesi. (Lowland, upper montane).

Lophoptera stipata Walker (Part 14, p. 259). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia (B), Sulawesi, New Guinea. (Lowland), lower and upper montane.

Lophoptera torrens Warren (Part 14, p. 260). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia. (Lowland).

Lophoptera illucida Walker (Part 14, p. 260). Oriental tropics to Sundaland. Lowland to upper montane.

Lophoptera belli Holloway (Part 14, p. 261). S. India; Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland).

Lophoptera denticulata Walker (Part 14, p. 262). Burma; Sundaland. (Lowland), upper montane.

Lophoptera olivascens Moore (Part 14, p. 262). N.E. Himalaya, S.E. Asia, Borneo, Philippines. Lower montane.

Lophoptera punctapex Holloway (Part 14, p. 263). Borneo, Sumatra. Lowland to upper montane.

Lophoptera obscurapex Holloway (Part 14, p. 264). Endemic. Lowland.

Lophoptera tenuis Moore (Part 14, p. 264). Oriental tropics to New Guinea. (Lower montane).

Lophoptera longipennis Moore (Part 14, p. 265). N.E. Himalaya to Taiwan and Sundaland. (Upper montane).

Lophoptera pallibasis Holloway (Part 14, p. 265). Sundaland. Lowland, especially on limestone, lower and upper montane.

Lophoptera purpuribasis Holloway (Part 14, p. 266). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia. Lowland.

Lophoptera submarginata Holloway (Part 14, p. 267). S. Burma, Borneo, Sulawesi. Lower and upper montane.

Lophoptera nama Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 267). ?Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland, upper montane).

Lophoptera brunnama Holloway (Part 14, p. 268). Borneo, Sumatra, Sulawesi, Ceram. (Lower and upper montane).

Lophoptera flavina Warren (Part 14, p. 268). Sundaland, Wallacea. (Lowland), lower montane, (upper montane), particularly on limestone.

Lophoptera quadrinotata Walker (Part 14, p. 269). Borneo, Sumatra. Lowland to upper montane.

Lophoptera parallelnotata Holloway (Part 14, p. 269). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Lophoptera phaeobasis Hampson (Part 14, p. 270). Sundaland. (Lowland, lower montane).

Lophoptera negretinoides Holloway (Part 14, p. 2 70). Endemic. (Lowland, lower montane).

Lophoptera squammigera Guenée (Part 14, p. 271). Indo‑Australian tropics. (Lowland to upper montane).

Lophoptera lineigera Holloway (Part 14, p. 271). Borneo, Bali. (Lowland, upper montane).

Lophoptera squammilinea Holloway (Part 14, p. 273). N.E. Himalaya, Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland, lower montane).

Lophoptera smaragdivirgatus Holloway (Part 14, p. 273). Sundaland. (Lowland).

Lophoptera smaragdipanni Holloway (Part 14, p. 274). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia (B). (Lowland).

Lophoptera huma Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 274). S.E. Asia to New Guinea. (Lowland), lower and upper montane.

Lophoptera khasiana Warren (Part 14, p. 274). Oriental tropics, Batjan. Lowland, lower montane), upper montane.

Lophoptera chalybea Walker (Part 14, p. 275). Borneo, Sumatra, Sulawesi. Upper montane.

Lophoptera polygrapha Walker (Part 14, p. 275). Oriental tropics to Sundaland, New Guinea. (Lowland).

Lophoptera gadirthoides Holloway (Part 14, p. 2 76). Endemic. (Lowland).

Lophoptera obliquilinea Prout (Part 14, p. 276). N. Burma, Borneo, Sumatra, (Lower and upper montane).

Lophoptera brunnistis Holloway (Part 14, p. 277). Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia (B), Sumatra; ?Sulawesi to New Guinea. Lower and upper montane.

Lophoptera partitistis Holloway (Part 14, p. 2 78). Borneo, Java. Upper montane.

Lophoptera univalva Holloway (Part 14, p. 278). Sundaland. Lowland to upper montane.

Lophoptera trilobuncus Holloway (Part 14, p. 279) Borneo, Sumatra. (Lowland), upper montane.

Lophoptera acuda Swinhoe (Part 14, p. 279). S.E. Asia, Sundaland. Lowland to upper montane.

Lophoptera dialeuca Hampson (Part 14, p. 280). Sundaland. No precise habitat data.

Lophoptera purpuriridis Holloway (Part 14, p. 280). Thailand, Borneo. (Upper montane).

Diascoides metaphaea Walker (Part 14, p. 281). Endemic. Upper montane.

Diascoides ferruginea Hampson (Part 14, p. 282). N.E. Himalaya, Sundaland. (Lowland), upper montane.

Diascoides pallida Holloway (Part 14, p. 282). N.E. Himalaya, Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia (B), Sumatra. (Lowland, upper montane).

Sigmuncus albigrisea Warren (Part 14, p. 283). N.E. Himalaya, Taiwan, Borneo. (Upper montane).

Sigmuncus arcuata Hampson (Part 14, p. 284). N.E. Himalaya, Thailand, Sundaland, Wallacea. Lowland to upper montane.

 


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