vagigutta Walker, 1862, J. Linn. Soc. (Zool.), 6:116.
forewings have a fawn ground colour, the hindwings being paler in the male,
darker, greyer in the female. The fasciation is distinctively punctate, black,
but follows the same course as in the previous few species.
Habitat preference. During
the Mulu survey the species was taken in alluvial forest and forest on
limestone. It has also been taken in lowland dipterocarp forest and in more open
coastal forest and scrub in Brunei.
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