Calymera jacobsoni Roepke
Carea jacobsoni Roepke, 1935, Zool. Meded.
Calymera jacobsoni Roepke; Kobes, 1997: 102.
Diagnosis. The obliquely variegated dark purple and silvery grey forewings
have an arcuate, paler, greyish mark running from the apex to the slight angle
in the distal margin. The hindwings are whitish basally, grading pinkish distad.
Geographical range. Sundaland.
Habitat preference. The only Bornean specimens seen are from hill
dipterocarp forest at 300m in the Ulu Temburong of Brunei and from a canopy tree
platform in primary forest at 170m near the Danum Valley Field Centre, Sabah.
Chey (1994) recorded two specimens in plantation forests and two in secondary
forest in the lowlands of Sabah.
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