10mm. The forewings have a pronounced obtuse angle at the centre of the dorsal
margin, not seen to such an extent in other species (there is a weak angle in
The colour is rufous brown but paler and more biscuit-brown in the distal half
of the wing, the division being transverse and bisecting the dorsal angl. The
brown is darkest in a broad costal band in the basal half and also diffusely
darker at the dorsal angle.
SABAH: Mt. Kinabalu, Kamborangoh, 2110m. vii-ix.1965, Cambridge Expedition to
Mt. Kinabalu 1965 (H.J. Banks, H.S. Barlow & J.D. Holloway), BM noctuid
Geographical range. Borneo.
Habitat preference. The only specimen is from the upper montane zone.
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