fulvescens Hampson, 1926, Descr. Gen. Spec. Noctuinae p.
and taxonomic note. See the generic description and the illustration. The facies is
somewhat similar to that of Bematha extensa except
the colour is more an ochreous brown, slightly darker and more variegated in the
male. The other described Asian species, T. javanica Roepke
(Java, Sumatra (HS / K)), has the male with a more vinous tinge and a strongly
falcate forewing apex as in some African species such as excisa
The females are more similar, but the corpus bursae in javanica
more spherical and slightly reflexed basally.
range. Himalaya, Thailand (VK), Peninsular
Malaysia (Barlow Colln), Sumatra, Borneo.
preference. The only Bornean record is of two specimens (S.J. Willott,
unpublished data) from 170m in lowland forest near the Danum Valley Field Centre
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