Asota  albiformis  albiformis  Swinhoe,  1892

Photograph by: JHH Zwier
Holotype:
   Philippines

Photograph by: JHH Zwier
   Philippines

Photograph by:
  




Wingspan:
 about  56  mm  ( n = 20 )
 about  56  mm  ( n = 20 )

Distribution according to the collections mentioned in the chapter
“Museums” and the literature.

- Indonesia: Maluku: Halmahera (ZMAN) Mt-Talagarama (ZMAN) Sulawesi: Sangir (ZMHB) Ternate Rothschild 1897) Philippines: Balabac. (ZMHB) (ZMHB) Luzon: Bongabon (CMWM) Dalton Pass (RMNH) Ifugao (CMWM) Lorquin (BMNH) Sierra MADRE (CMWM) Mindanao (CMWM) Mt-Apo (CMWM) Cotabato (CMWM) Mt-Busa (CMWM)Mt-Bolog (CMWM) Surago del Sur (CMWM) Mindoro (ZMHB) Boston (RMNH) Mt-Agtuuganon (RMNH) Palawan (CMWM) (ZMHB) Mt-Matalingahan (CMWM) Borneo-Sabah: (“Borneo”: Swinhoe, 1892) Mt-Kinabalu (ZMHB) Mt-Trus Madi (CMWM) Borneo-Indonesia: (SMFL)

Description:

Translation:




Comments:
There is no diffference in the outward appearance of ♀ and ♂. This copy of the first description is taken from a book or a periodical out of the library of the Dutch Entomological Society in Amsterdam.

*A lot of data are from the author of the first description.
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