semidolosa Walker, 1864, J. Linn. Soc. (Zool.), 7: 60.
Bethune-Baker, 1904, Novit. zool., 11: 414,
Rothschild, 1916, Novit. zool., 23: 322,
taxonomic note. The species resembles a rather dark grey, narrow-winged
Barasa, but has genitalia typical of Nola. The finely darker
postmedial and submarginal of the forewing are strongly stepped and roughly
parallel. There is a darker discal bar, posterior to which fainter medial and
antemedial fasciae repeat the step in the posterior half of the postmedial. The
similarity of the facies and male genitalia of semidolosa and aroa
Borneo, Sumatra, Bali, New Guinea, Bismarcks, Solomons (Rennell I.).
The species is common in lowland and lower montane forests and has been
recorded as high as 1780m.
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