Macrauzata submontana Holloway,
Diagnosis. Both Bornean members of the genus have its characteristic facies, but in
melanapex Inoue the anterior border to the forewing medial hyaline zone
is narrower and more angular, and the forewing apex and two central teeth of the
hindwing margin are tipped black. Identity should be confirmed by dissection in
Geographical range. Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Java.
Habitat preference. The original material consisted of six specimens from
1620m and 1930m on G. Kinabalu. A singleton has been taken at 1000m (lower
montane forest) on G. Mulu, two specimens at the same altitude at Kundasang on
the southern side of G. Kinabalu, and one at 1465m on Bukit Retak in Brunei.
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