Anigraea mediifascia Hampson
1894, Fauna of British India, Moths 2: 393.
1905, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (7), 16: 385.
Diagnosis. The distinctive feature of this species is the pale band arising at one
third on the forewing dorsum and grading away obliquely towards the reniform.
Geographical range. Burma (E. Pegu), Andamans, Peninsular Malaysia,
Habitat preference. In the survey of the G. Mulu National Park the
species was taken infrequently in lower and upper montane forest on G. Mulu but
more commonly at all altitudes on the transect of the limestone G. Api,
especially in the lower montane forest at 900m. A single specimen was taken at
1618m in upper montane forest on Bukit Retak, Brunei.
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