Walker stat. rev.
Celama liparisalis Walker, 1865, List Specimens lepid. Insects Colln Br.
Mus., 32: 500.
Diagnosis. The male antennae are finely bipectinate. The ground colour is
white, traversed by brown markings: an irregular, broadly lunulate submarginal;
a slightly sinuous double postmedial; a more solid, curved antemedial that
tapers away towards the dorsum. There is also a brown patch at the costa just
basal to the postmedial. See also the next species and N.
Walker, erroneously regarded as conspecific with this one by Hampson (1900).
Hampson (Sri Lanka) has similar facies and male abdominal characters, so may be
Geographical range. Borneo, Singapore, Burma.
Habitat preference. The original material consists of specimens taken by A.R. Wallace
in Sarawak, probably in the lowlands. During the Mulu survey specimens were
taken from the lowlands to 1780m, but only with frequency at 900m in lower
montane forest on the limestone G. Api.
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