Celerena signata Warren, 1898, Novit. zool., 5: 231.
Celerena nigripalpis Swinhoe,
1902, Trans. ent. Soc. Lond., 1902: 642.
Celerena signata Warren; Holloway, 1976: 59.
striking grey and yellow facies is unmistakable.
Malaysia, Sumatra, Borneo, Palawan.
species was found to be common during the Mulu survey in lowland forest,
particularly where there had been some degree of disturbance or extensive
secondary forest. It has also been taken in lowland localities in Brunei, and is
frequent in secondary forest and plantations with secondary forest elements in
the lowlands of Sabah (Chey, 1994).
Biology. Most records are at light at night, but the moth is often disturbed from
vegetation in the forest understorey by day from its resting position on the
lower surface of a leaf.
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