duplicana Walker, 1863, List Specimens lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus., 28:
bjfasciata Rothschild, 1912, Novit.
zool., 19: 233.
bizonata Rothschild, 1912, Novit. zool., 19: 233.
two Bornean species of Padenia are most reliably distinguished from the
male genitalia, but duplicana has the more distal forewing band generally
more sigmoid. The costal process of the male genitalia is trifid in duplicana,
but bifid in the next species; it is also more evenly curved and tapering in
Geographical range. Sundaland,
Habitat preference. The
species is common in a range of lowland forest types.
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