1864, J.
Linn. Soc. (Zool.), 7: 64.
This species is distinguished from other Oglasa by the diffusely paler band that runs
subcostally just posterior to the less clearly defined dark costal triangles.
range. Borneo, Singapore, Sumatra.
preference. This is a rare lowland forest species, four specimens being
recorded from dipterocarp forest, including alluvial forest, and one from heath
forest near mangrove. None was from above 100m.
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