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Eugoa inconspicua Walker stat. rev
   
Tospitis inconspicua Walker, 1863, List Specimens lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus., 28:430.


Eugoa inconspicua
(x 1.56)


Diagnosis.
This and the next species are smaller than crassa and alticrassa, with straighter forewing postimedials and more brownish grey hindwings, though still yellowish over the basal half in males of inconspicua, which also have a rufous tinge to the base of the forewing. The male antennae of both species are ciliate. Females of the two may best be separated on genitalic characters, indicated in the diagnosis of the next species.

Geographical range. Borneo.

Habitat preference. The species is infrequent in lowland localities, often where there is disturbance, e.g. on the coast at Mumong and Seria in Brunei, inland at Labi, and in logged areas near the Danum Valley Field Centre in Sabah. During the Mulu survey specimens were taken in alluvial forest and wet heath (kerangas) forest. One Brunei specimen is from an area of swamp forest at Badas.

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