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The Chloephorinae, Sarrothripini (Lepidoptera: Nolidae) of Papua Indonesia

by Rob de Vos


Etanna binotata (Hampson, 1912)






STATUS: Widely distributed but not very common. A characteristic feature is the white double dot in the margin of the forewing but this is also seen in albisecta.

PAPUA LOCALITIES: New Guinea: Warkapi, waterfall (Cyclops Mts). Details in gazetteer.

EXTERNAL DISTRIBUTION: NE Himalaya, Borneo, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands.

DATA SOURCES: RMNH, Peter Jan de Vries. Literature: Holloway, 2003.







Holloway, J.D., 2003. Moths of Borneo, Nolidae: 279 pp.