Geometra continua Walker, 1861, List Specimens lepid. Insects
Colln Br. Mus., 22: 527.
Nadagara impervisata Walker,
1862, List Specimens lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus., 24: 1687.
species and strictiva Prout have the forewing postmedials rather diffuse,
and running in a gentle curve, concave distad, from just subdorsally to just
subapically. In the other two species these are clearly defined (also the
hindwing postmedial), straight and more basally placed. H. continua is
larger, with a slight central angle to the margins of both wings. It is these
two species that have ridges in the bursa of the female genitalia, two in strictiva
and about ten in continua. In the male the pseudouncus is apically
broad, spatulate in continua, long, slender, apically bifid/triangular in
H. dirempta Walker
stat. rev. is removed from synonymy with continua; the male
genitalia show it to be distinct.
Peninsular Malaysia (Penang), Sumatra, Andamans.
Habitat preference. Very few specimens are known, most from forested,
low lying land in Sarawak and Brunei.
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