Bryk comb. n.
Carea ducalis Bryk, 1913, Int. ent. Z.,
undicostata Warren, 1916, Novit. zool., 23: 224.
Carea undicostata [Warren]
Holloway, 1976: 23.
Diagnosis. The male has a strongly concave forewing costa, rendering the
apex acute and forwardly directed. The moth has a distinct bell-shape at rest.
The female resembles tumida, but the forewing marginal zone is not
distinctly broader anteriorly, the postmedial being less oblique.
Geographical range. Borneo.
The species is common in upper montane forest, and
ranges from 1050m to 1930m, occurring in greater numbers from 1620m to the upper
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