Cyana cruentata Talbot
1926, Sarawak Mus. J., 3(2): 135.
Holloway, 1976: 3.
could be confused with conclusa and malayensis
but both sexes have a diagnostic black wedge between the discal spots or
spot and the antemedial. The black edge to the postmedial is relatively
straight, that of the antemedial convex basad, rather than concave, though
angled basad just before it meets the costa. The male genitalia have the ventral
extremities of the tegumen rugose; the aedeagus vesica lacks cornuti.
is the only strictly montane member of the genus in Borneo, occurring in upper
montane forest from 1200m to 1930m. It has been recorded from the Poeh (Poi) Mts
and G. Mulu in Sarawak, on Bukit Retak in Brunei and is frequent on G. Kinabalu.
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