Ozola edui Sommerer, 1995: 36.
Diagnosis. This species resembles the next four in general facies but has a
diagnostic dark brown marginal patch at, and restricted to, the angle at the
centre of the forewing margin. It is best distinguished on genitalic features.
In the male (illustrated by Sommerer (1995)) the spine on the valve costa
is distinctly subapical. In the female there are three rows of spines in the
bursa, one long and two short ones, the latter basal and distal, together
covering the length of the long one.
Geographical range. Sumatra, Singapore, Borneo.
Habitat preference. The only Bornean specimen seen is from Bidi in the
lowlands of Sarawak.
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