nigripalpis Hampson, 1898, J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc.,
11: 456, praeocc.
Tochara uniformis Swinhoe, 1919, Ann. Mag. nat. Hist. (9),
The facies is similar to that of Ugia species, but the build is more slender, and the elongate labial
palps are dark brown, contrasting with the ochreous fawn of the rest of the
insect. The submarginals are not stepped as in Ugia
range. Sumatra, Borneo, Thailand (VK), N.E. Himalaya.
preference. A female has been taken in alluvial forest at 70m, near the
foot of G. Mulu, and a male has been taken at 350m in dipterocarp forest in the
Ulu Temburong of Brunei. There is also a specimen without precise data from G.
Marapok in Sabah.
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