Unassigned, possibly plesiomorphic genera
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Diduga trichophora Hampson  
Diduga trichophora Hampson, 1900, Cat. Lepid. Phalaenae Br. Mus., 2: 541.

Diduga trichophora
(x 1.63)

Fig. 7d: Diduga trichophora Hampson

The forewing costa is slightly angled at one-quarter in males, and darkened within the border there. The border is an ‘old gold’ type of yellow, with a regularly crenulate inner border on the distal margin. The forewing has a hair tuft under the dorsum and the hindwing has a fold and hair scales on the costa, and a hair pencil posterior to the cell. The male antennae are ciliate, and the genitalia have the valves broad centrally but otherwise of the simple, long, tapering type.

Geographical range. Bali, Java, Sumatra, Borneo, S. Burma.

Habitat preference. The species is rare in lowland forest, recorded in the Danum Valley area of Sabah and at Labi and Ulu Temburong in Brunei.

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