Endoxyla anceps Snellen, 1900, Tijdschr. Ent. 43: 40.
Xyleutes anceps Snellen; Roepke, 1957: 35; Barlow, 1982: 42.
Diagnosis. This is a medium sized species with the dorsal part of thorax and
abdomen a dull orange-pink. The wings are a leaden grey, bordered irregularly
with areas of pink marked with grey reticulations.
Geographical range. Sundaland, Philippines.
Habitat preference. Four specimens were taken during the Mulu survey, all
from alluvial forest.
Biology. Roepke cited Derris (Leguminosae) as a host-plant; the larva can
cause a gall-like deformation of the twig.
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