Luxiaria mitorrhaphes Prout,
1925, Novit. zool., 32: 64.
Luxiaria mitorrhaphes Prout;
Holloway, 1976: 78.
Diagnosis. The forewing apex is acute in this medium species. The male is uniform
fawn, the female more speckled and with darker zones distal to the postmedials.
Below, the fasciae are finely marked, the postmedial not conspicuously
broadened. In the male genitalia the upper arm of the valve bears a digitate
Geographical range. Himalaya, Japan, Taiwan, Burma, Borneo, Java.
Habitat preference. This species is commonest in the upper montane zone
but ranges from 1000m to 2500m (on G. Kinabalu).
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