Ectropis brooksi Holloway, 1976: 79.
Diagnosis. The ground colour of the wings is creamy white, the rather irregular
fasciation rich brown. The discal spots are enlarged, extended by a shaded zone
in the centre of the wings between the postmedial and submarginal fasciae. The
aedeagus vesica has a cornutus, blunt-ended, and constricted subapically.
Geographical range. Borneo, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia.
Habitat preference. This is the rarest of the four Bornean species but
found in forested localities over a wide range of altitude: in hill dipterocarp
forest between 150m and 300m on G. Mulu and in the Ulu Temburong of Brunei; at
900m in lower montane forest of Gunung Api; at 1465m in montane forest on Bukit
Retak; at 1620m on G. Kinabalu.
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