7-8mm. This is a slightly smaller species than marshalli, with valves
broader centrally than in marshalli, slightly angled there rather than
curved, and the apex is not truncated. The harpe is angled obtusely upwards as
in marshalli but the portion distal to the angle is acute rather than
blunt, triangular rather than digitate. The aedeagus has the apex more strongly
produced beyond the vesica to a point, with slight bulbosity but no triangular
flange. The vesica is as in
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 17357.
(all general data as holotype): 1
(slide 17439) as holotype; 1
(slide 17453) as holotype but Site 1; 1
(slide 17052) Site 14, February, Camp 2.5, Mulu, 1000m. 413461, lower montane
(slide 17268) as previous but Site 15.
Geographical range. Borneo.
Habitat preference. The species is found in montane forest as
marshalli but on the sandstone and shale of G. Mulu rather than limestone.
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