Decetia chalybeata Walker,
1866, List Specimens lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus., 35: 1558.
Auzeodes nigroseriata Warren,
1893, Proc. zool. Soc. Lond. 1893: 405.
Auzeodes uniformis Warren,
1901, Novit. zool. 8: 200.
Auzeodes chalybeata Walker;
Barlow, 1982: 133.
Diagnosis. The forewing shape is distinctive. The facies varies, often having
extensive dark brown clouding and pale grey patches. There is usually a
submarginal row of black spots on both wings, associated with pale grey marks
that develop into chevrons near the apex, and there is a similar postmedial row,
though the development of each is again variable, the submarginal row better
defined anteriorly and the postmedial posteriorly.
Geographical range. Sumatra, Borneo, Peninsular Malaysia, S. Burma.
Habitat preference. Bornean material is mostly from lowland localities
where there is coastal, swamp or heath forest. Single specimens have been taken
in lower montane forest (1000m) on G. Mulu and upper montane forest (1618m) in
[Note: See also Auzeodes angulata sp. n. in additions &
amendments section of MOB part 10]
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