undescr. Lepid. Het., p. 44.
punctistigma Hampson, 1895, Fauna Br. India, Moths 3:
This species and the next have a similar facies with pale ochreous ground colour,
rather strongly if irregularly curved forewing postmedials and a reniform where
there are two conspicuous black dots enclosed in a large B-shape by a fine brown
surround. In submicacea the postmedial is somewhat more irregular in course,
and the marginal area distal to it is more completely filled with darker grey
and brown shading.
note. Poole (1989) placed this species as a synonym of decolor
Walker, which it does not resemble (see T.
sidonalis below). However, the facies of punctistigma is
almost identical to that of submicacea. Sundanian material has the fasciation a little more
irregular but is otherwise as in Indian specimens.
Thailand (VK), Sumatra, Borneo.
preference. The only Bornean specimen seen is from lowland forest in the
Barito Ulu of Kalimantan Tengah.
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