pectinata Hampson, 1896, Fauna Br. India, Moths 4:
This and the next species have very similar facies, particularly the rather
archipelagic dark green-brown markings on the fawn forewings. A.
slightly smaller with darker hindwings. The basal dark patch of the forewing is
more regular, less broken, and the medial one is more contiguous with those
towards the apex. The male antennae are narrowly bipectinate.
range. N.E. Himalaya, Hainan, Sri Lanka, Borneo, Sumatra ( HS / ZSM),
preference. Six specimens were taken during the Mulu survey at 250-270m in
dipterocarp forest on the slopes of the limestone G. Api. Two were taken by G.
Martin in lowland forest at Barito Ulu in central Kalimantan. There is also
material without altitude data taken by Waterstradt in the G. Kinabalu area.
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