hollowayi Sato comb. n.
Diplurodes parvularia Leech
sensu Holloway, 1976: 80.
Diplurodes hollowayi Sato,
Diagnosis. The broad
blackish suffusion in the medial area of the hindwing, extending to the
posterior half of the same zone of the forewing, distinguishes this species from
other greyish members of the Myrioblephara generic complex.
Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo.
species is most characteristic of lower montane forest, noted with frequency at
1000m on G. Mulu, at 1500m and 1620m on G. Kinabalu, and singly at 1618m on
Bukit Retak, Brunei.
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