Cossus cinereus Roepke, 1957: 10.
Cossus cinereus Roepke; Barlow, 1982: 44.
Diagnosis. The forewings are pale grey with a distinctive inverted ‘V' in darker
grey. The male antennae are conspicuously bipectinate over the basal third. The
male genitalia resemble those of chloratus.
Geographical range. Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo.
Habitat preference. The species is found in lowland rainforest.
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