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Labanda umbrosa Hampson
Labanda umbrosa Hampson, 1912: 400.


Labanda umbrosa

The male antennae are bipectinate rather than filiform. The forewings are brown with diffusely transverse darker and paler zones and fasciae. The forewing apex has a small paler brown zone with an arcuate inner border.

Geographical range. Burma, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo.

Habitat preference. All three specimens are from low elevations, one from Kalimantan near Pontianak and the others from the Mulu survey: at 150m in wet heath forest on a river terrace; at 500m in hill dipterocarp forest.

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