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Buzara feneratrix Guenée
Naxia feneratrix Guenée, 1852, Hist. Nat. Insectes, Spec. gén. Lépid. 7: 256.
Parallelia feneratrix melanochrous Rothschild, 1920, J. Fed. Malay St. Mus., 8: 119.
Parallelia feneratrix Guenée; Holloway, 1976: 30; Kobes, 1985: 41.


Buzara feneratrix

. This is the largest of the three Bornean species, the wings a dark, rich, almost uniform brown, with the forewing markings typical of the genus only faintly evident. The anterior of the thorax, most of its underside and the head are tinged strongly ochreous.

Geographical range. Sundaland, Thailand.

Habitat preference. The only records are the three from G. Kinabalu (Holloway, 1976) at 1200m, 1930m and 2110m.

Biology. Bänziger (1982) noted the adult as a fruit piercer in Thailand.

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