Diduga ciliata sp.
The size and forewing facies are very similar to that of pectinifer, but the antennae are ciliate. The genitalia are
markedly different, having valves of the short, many-processed, asymmetric type:
the right costal process is hammer-headed, the saccular one digitate, shallowly
angled; the left costal process is curved, tongue-like, and the saccular process
is curved, slender. The aedeagus is sharply flexed.
. Pulo Laut, BORNEO, (Doherty),
June 91, BM arctiid slide 5097.
species is from the same locality as pectinifer.
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