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Buzara pseudoumbrosa sp. n.
22mm. In facies this species resembles umbrosa, and is larger than forceps, with the forewing trapezoidal streak slightly longer, and shallower in relation to the costa. The abdomen has white marks laterally at the posterior of segments 6-8. It is distinguished from umbrosa in the male genitalia, having a lobe on the right side of the tegumen, a very broad upper process to the right valve, two robust spines at the aedeagus apex and three robust cornuti in the vesica; umbrosa lacks a tegumen lobe, has a narrow upper process to the right valve, and lacks spines and cornuti in the aedeagus.

Buzara pseudoumbrosa

. SARAWAK: Gunong Mulu Nat. Park, R.G.S. Exped. 1977-8 (J.D.Holloway et al.), Site 25, April, G. Api, 900m. 427550, lower montane forest, BM noctuid slide 18362.

Paratype . General data as holotype but Site 8, February, Camp 1, Mulu, 150m, 385470, mixed dipt. for.

Geographical range. Borneo.

Habitat preference. The two specimens are from lowland dipterocarp forest and lower montane forest on limestone.

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