Parasinna diehli Kobes
Parasinna diehli Kobes, 1988, Heterocera
Kobes; Kobes, 1997: 22.
Diagnosis. The forewings are olive green, reticulated with ring-like white
markings; the green is paler and the white markings broader in the female. The
abdomen is longer in the male and, together with the hindwings, is dark grey (greyish
white in the female).
Geographical range. Sumatra, Borneo.
Habitat preference. Bornean material is limited to a single male from lower
montane forest at 1000m on G. Mulu. Sumatran material was recorded from the same
Biology. Kobes (locs cit.) stated the species was reared in Sumatra
by E.W. Diehl and had a typical nolid boat-shaped cocoon, bright yellow, with a
vertical exit slit at one end. The host-plant was unidentified.
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