epiplemoides Hampson, 1895, Trans. ent. Soc. London,
See the generic description. The species could be confused with geometrids in
the ennomine tribe Baptini, or some Drepanidae in the genera Gogana
with its slender build and general facies, but the abdomen is distinctly longer
than the hindwings, and the margins of both fore- and hindwings are angled. The
dark tufting of the leg joints is also distinctive.
Thailand (VK), Peninsular Malaysia (Barlow Colln), Sumatra, Borneo.
preference. This is an infrequent species of lowland forest, not recorded
above 200m. During the Mulu survey five out of eight specimens were taken in wet
heath forest. In the vicinity of the Danum Valley Field Centre (S.J. Willott,
unpublished data), the species was always recorded in the understorey of
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