chlorocroa Hampson comb. n.
Eriopus chlorocroa Hampson, 1908, Cat. Lepid. Phalaenae Br. Mus., 7: 583.
the previous two species. The male genitalia have a corona to the valve,
which is broader basally rather than apically, and lacks a clavus on the
sacculus. The saccus is broad. The tegumen is only swollen over the
ventral two thirds. The aedeagus vesica is more scobinate.
Himalayan specimen (slide 14204) has the forewings browner, less ochreous
than those of Sundanian ones.
Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo, N.E. Himalaya.
species is rare but was recorded during the Mulu survey and in Brunei from
a range of lowland forest types (alluvial, dipterocarp, kerangas). One
female was taken at 1465m on Bukit Retak, Brunei.
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