minutipuncta Swinhoe, 1901, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (7),
The wings are a much darker brown than in umminia, with a light dark blue tone. The
forewings are much narrower and not falcate. The postmedial loop has its two
apical sections filled with slightly paler, greyer brown, though this can
sometimes be obscure. The fasciae are picked out faintly with pale dots, as is
note. P. exequialis Lucas (Queensland, New Guinea; see
Nielsen et al. (1996) for new synonymy) is a very similar species,
though the male genitalia (slide 6011) are generally more robust.
range. N.E. Himalaya, Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo, Sulawesi.
preference. Records are mostly from montane forest, with five specimens
taken at 1000m on G. Mulu, and the same number from 1775m on Bukit Monkobo in
Sabah. Two were recorded at 1618m on Bukit Retak in Brunei, and a single
specimen was taken in lowland forest (30-60m) at Labi.
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