Cyana malayensis Hampson
Chionaema malayensis Hampson, 1914, Cat.
Lepid. Phalaenae Br. Mus. (Suppl.), 1:622.
Chionaema malayensis Hampson; Holloway, 1976: 3.
Cyana palawanensis Kishida, 1991, Tinea, 13(8):
is similar to that of cruentata but
the wedge basal to the discal spots is red and only present in the male. The
postmedial and antemedial are rather oblique, sinuous.
male genitalia of this and the next two species are very similar, distinguished
by setation of the rather broad distal process of the sacculus, and subbasal
angling or lobing of its dorsal margin; the aedeagus vesica lacks cornuti.
Females have a rather elongate, corrugate bursa without an appendix.
Malaysia, Borneo; Palawan (ssp. palawanensis).
species has a similar occurrence to perornata
but was taken most abundantly in dipterocarp forest at 150m at the foot of
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