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Elusa mediorufa Hampson  
Elusa mediorufa
Hampson, 1909, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (8), 4. 375.

Elusa mediorufa

The male antennae are broken but may possibly be filiform. The forewings are pale brown with a large, subbasal, rufous brown patch. The margins are also dark and there is a fine, irregular, crenulate postmedial. The male genitalia have the uncus down flexed, narrow, apically bifurcate, the valves lacking coremata and with a simple, straight, apically spatulate harpe.

Geographical range. Borneo.

Habitat preference.
The species is known only from the holotype male from Sarawak, but with no precise locality data.

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