Specimens lepid. Insects Colln Br. Mus., 16: 223.
albinotata Snellen, 1885, Tijdschr. Ent.,
adeba Swinhoe, 1904, Trans. ent. Soc. London,
The wings are more or less black with obscurely paler fasciae and slightly
crenate margins. The forewing is distinguished by white stigmata in the cell,
the reniform roughly like a letter ‘B’, with black dots at each end.
range. Peninsular Malaysia, Singapore, Sumatra, Borneo, Thailand (VK).
preference. Older material seen is all from lowland localities with
habitation, such as Kuching, Sandakan and Sipitang. In recent surveys, two
specimens were taken in alluvial forest at 70m with some disturbed areas near G.
Mulu, and several in dipterocarp forest at 100-300m in the Ulu Temburong of
Brunei and in lowland forest in the Barito Ulu of Kalimantan Tengah. Most
records made by S.J. Willott (unpublished data) in lowland forest in the
vicinity of the Danum Valley Field Centre in Sabah were in samples from the
however, are from coastal localities such as Mumong and Seria in Brunei and
Kretam in Sabah.
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