6mm. This is the smallest of the first group of species, the forewings faintly
buff and only diffusely marked, rather triangular. The medial band is only
faintly evident, though stronger towards the costa. The male genitalia are close
to those of
but the harpe is more squat, tapering. The aedeagus vesica is smaller but
supports a more extensive group of larger spines.
SABAH: 5 miles S. of Mt. Trus Madi, 1800ft., 18-28.viii.1977 (M.E. Bacchus),
BM noctuid slide 17548.
Geographical range. Borneo.
Habitat preference. The altitude suggests hill dipterocarp forest.
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