Degmaptera olivacea Rothschild
Degmaptera olivacea Rothschild, 1894, Novit. zool., 1: 70,
Degmaptera olivacea Rothschild; Rothschild & Jordan, 1903: 303.
See Smerinthulus diehli above. The costa of the hindwing is sinuous due to
an anterior expansion over the distal half.
Geographical range. Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo.
Habitat preference. A male was taken at 900m in lower montane forest on
the limestone G. Api during the Mulu survey. There are no altitude data on
the other two Bornean species (Bukit Kretam and Labuk, both in Sabah).
The single specimen from Peninsular Malaysia was from Fraser's Hill..
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