Garudinia acornuta Holloway
acornuta Holloway, 1982: 211.
the previous two species. The forewing bands are possibly a darker brown.
Distinctive genitalic features include very much more slender, curved distal
spines to the saccular processes, absence of apical spurs to the aedeagus but
presence of a small comb of spines at the base of the vesica which is only
slightly scobinate more distally.
Geographical range. Peninsular
Malaysia, Borneo, Java.
Habitat preference. The
original material consisted of singletons from hill dipterocarp forest at 150m,
dipterocarp forest at 250m on limestone, and lower montane forest at 1000m. Two
other males dissected since are from lowland forest, as are several more
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