Maxates dysides Prout,
1922, Bull. Hill. Mus. Witley, 1: 256.
Diagnosis. The species is similar to M.
coelataria, but the margins of both wings are broadly pale creamy yellow,
striated rufous, with central greyish bands, that of the hindwing interrupted
centrally, with two black flecks just interior to it anterior to the
interruption. The margins are much less excavated.
Geographical range. Sumatra, Borneo.
Habitat preference. The species is infrequent, recorded from
lowland and hill dipterocarp forest to about 500m.
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