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Parapellucens tegulatorii sp. n.  
Pelluscens [sic] aphrasta Collenette sensu Schintlmeister, 1994: 123.

Parapellucens tegulatorii

12-13mm. The facies is very much as in aphrasta except the wings are a more opaque white, with more elongate grey patches on the forewing, including additional ones between the discal spot and the apex. The forewing is more
triangular. The eighth tergite is unmodified and the genitalia generally more elongate. The uncus is squarish, slightly tapering, the distal margin notched. The valves are larger, terminating in a single, acute, inturned, darkly sclerotised point. The saccus is long, tapering, the aedeagus also long, distally serrate and with a scobinate vesica.

Holotype  Marang, S[ud]. O[st]. SUMATRA (W. Doherty) 1890, BM lymantriid slide 2196.

Paratype As holotype.

Geographical range. Sundaland.

Habitat preference. The only Bornean specimen is from Samarinda, a lowland locality in S.E. Kalimantan.

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