Brunia nebulifera Hampson
nebulifera Hampson, 1900, Cat.
Lepid. Phalaenae Br. Mus., 2:161.
U-shaped mark on the dull pale yellowish forewings is diagnostic; there is no
Taxonomic notes. Though
the saccular process is apically broad and bifid, other male genitalic features,
particularly of the aedeagus, are consistent with the definition of Brunia.
B. badrana Moore comb. n. from Java and Bali is very similar in
range. Singapore, Borneo.
Habitat preference. Three
specimens have been taken recently in the lowlands of Brunei, one inland in
lowland dipterocarp forest and two in coastal vegetation, including mangrove and
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