Hampson sensu Martini & Thöny, 1993: 7.
17-18mm. The forewing facies places this species with glauca and allies
but the pale and green marked areas of the wing are more distinctly interrupted
by broad bands of grey: an arcuate one, concave costad, basal to the postmedial;
a transverse one between the postmedial and the submarginal that stops short of
both costa and dorsum. The male genitalia have a valve costal process as in
glauca but distinctly smaller. The aedeagus has an extended row of short,
well spaced spines ventrally, and the aedeagus vesica is globular with a
transverse row of somewhat sinuous spines that grade in robustness from one end
to the other.
BRUNEI: 300m, Ulu Temburong, rainforest, 30.6.79 (Lt. Col. M.G. Allen),
BM noctuid slide 16675.
as holotype, different dates; 1
BRUNEI: 60m. Ulu Belait, lowland forest, 21.2.80 (Lt. Col. M.G. Allen); 1
Ulu Temburong Expedition 1978, BRUNEI, Base Camp, 300m, m.v.light, 2.x.1978 (T.W.
NORD BORNEO: Mont Kina Balu, 5.8.1903 (John Waterstradt); 1
S.E. BORNEO: Samarinda, x.1938 (M.E. Walsh); 1
Bidi, SARAWAK, 1907-1908 (C.J. Brooks).
Geographical range. Borneo, Sumatra (slide 16699), Java (slide 16701).
Habitat preference. Martini & Thöny (1993) noted one specimen from 950m on
G. Trus Madi, Sabah, the type series is all from lowland forest, however.
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