10mm. The facies is a larger, paler version of that of
but the submarginal is much more oblique, and more basal black markings are
restricted to the costal zone. The male genitalia have the harpe in a more
distal position to that of the previous three species, and it is broader,
apically rounded and strongly flexed. The aedeagus has a robust apical hook, but
the vesica lacks ornamentation.
SARAWAK: Gunong Mulu Nat. Park, R.G.S. Exped. 1977-8 (J.D.Holloway et al.),
Site 2, January, Camp 4, Mulu, 1790m. 452463 [upper] montane (moss) forest, BM
noctuid slide 17633.
SABAH: Mt. Kinabalu, Mesilau, 8.ii.1964 (J. Smart) Royal Soc. Exped.
Geographical range. Borneo.
Habitat preference. The species is rare and montane (Mesilau is at 1500m).
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