Squamura kinabalua Holloway comb. n.
Indarbela kinabalua Holloway,
are medium brownish grey, the forewings having may diffuse transverse striae
that are darker and better defined costally and dorsally.
Taxonomic notes. The species stands apart from other S.E. Asian Squamura
in both facies and genitalia structure, though with sufficient similarity to
indicate relationship, also in the venation of the wings. It may merit generic
status but a more extensive survey of the morphology of the family is needed to
Geographical range. Borneo.
Habitat preference. The
species was described from specimens taken between 1500m and 2000m. on G.
Kinabalu. It was also found to be frequent in upper montane forest (1700) on G.
Mulu, and a single specimen has been taken at a similar altitude on Bukit Pagon,
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