Chiasmia strigata Warren, 1893, Proc. zool. Soc. Lond., 1893:
Chiasmia strigata commissa Prout,
1932, J. fed. Malay States Mus., 17: 80.
Diagnosis. The wings are yellow, finely striated and blotched with dark brown. The
forewing discal spot is prominent.
Taxonomic notes. Bornean specimens are somewhat smaller than Himalayan ones. In the male genitalia the apex of
the valve is less produced, angled rather than straight ventrally, and the
saccular spur is shorter, less sclerotised.
Himalaya; Borneo (ssp. commissa).
species is frequent in alluvial and dipterocarp forests at low elevations,
particularly that on limestone during the Mulu survey. There have been no
records from kerangas heath forest.
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