klossi Prout; 1932, Bull. Hill. Mus. Witley, 4: 286.
Diagnosis. See the previous species. The hindwing
has a particularly acute marginal angle; its band of arches is much broader
centrally, the submarginal itself being more strongly lunulate. There is
usually a conspicuous, paler grey patch distal to the dark triangle on the
costa adjacent to the angle of the postmedial.
Geographical range. Peninsular Malaysia,
Habitat preference. The five specimens seen from
Borneo are all from lowland forest: two from Semengok near Kuching; one from
100m on G. Santubong, also near Kuching; one from Labi (30-60m) and one from
the Ulu Temburong (300m) in Brunei.
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