Walker stat. rev.
Acontia leucophaea Walker, 1864, J. Linn. Soc. (Zool.), 7: 49.
Diagnosis. See the previous two species. This is the smallest Bornean
Taxonomic note. Externally the species resembles U.
Warren comb. n. (Hainan; =
Poole syn. n., a redundant replacement name under this combination), but
the valve in that species has a less dorsally falcate apex and an obtuse angle
to the centre of the costa. Material from Timor (slide 17371) has similar facies
to leucophaea but a valve in the male genitalia more as in
Geographical range. Borneo, N.E. Himalaya, Java, Bali.
Habitat preference. All three specimens taken in recent surveys were from
dipterocarp forest on limestone at 250m on the lower slopes of G. Api during the
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