Miscellaneous Genera VI
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Radara infundens Walker
Deva infundens Walker, [1863] 1864 , J. Linn. Soc. (Zool.), 7: 74.

Radara infundens

Diagnosis. The species is medium brown with very slightly falcate forewings. The male antennae are bipectinate. There is an oblique, straight, basally diffuse darker medial fascia that converges at the dorsum with a narrower, more obscure but more strongly defined submarginal fascia to form a triangle.

Geographical range. Borneo, Sumatra (HS / K), Peninsular Malaysia, Burma, N.E. Himalaya.

Habitat preference. A.R. Wallace collected the holotype and several other specimens in Sarawak, probably in the lowlands, but it has only been taken in recent surveys by Chey (1994), who recorded four specimens in a Eucalyptus deglupta plantation in the lowlands of Sabah.

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