1895, Trans. ent. Soc. London, 1895: 292.
Holloway, 1976: 51.
Diagnosis. The angled forewing margin, pale cream ground colour
and prominent rows of marginal dark brown dots are distinctive. Other fasciation
and marking, apart from the discal lunules, is faint.
Geographical range. N.E.
Himalaya, S.E. Asia, Sundaland, Sulawesi, Seram, New Guinea.
Habitat preference. C. angulata is
mostly found in lowland forest, but occurs less frequently to as high as 1930m.
Biology. The larva has been recorded (unpublished FRIM
records) from Castanopsis (Fagaceae).
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