Eutelia albomaculata Hampson,
1894, Fauna of British India, Moths 2: 393.
Anigraea albomaculata Hampson;
Diagnosis. The subtornal white spot on the forewing and the white basal area of the
hindwing distinguish this species from congeners.
Geographical range. Indian subregion, Thailand, Andamans, Borneo,
Sulawesi; albibasis Wileman & West from the Philippines may be
Habitat preference. Bornean material is restricted to a single specimen
from upper montane forest at 1618m on Bukit Retak, Brunei.
Biology. Gardner (1948a) described the larva. The head is testaceous brown. The
body skin is not definitely pigmented but the pronotum, pinacula and legs are
dark brown and the spiracles are pale ochreous with fine black veins.
Gardner gave Bursera and Garuga (Burseraceae) as larval
hosts and CIE records show the species to feed on Anacardium in India.
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