Asota  strigosa    Boisduval  1832

Photograph by: Boisduval

Photograph by: JHH Zwier by courtesy BMNH London
   Milne Bay (New Guinea) Papua New Guinea

Photograph by: JHH Zwier by courtesy BMNH London
   Oetakwa river (New Guinea) Indonesia

 about  53  mm  ( n = 3 )
 about  53  mm  ( n = 3 )

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

- Papua-Indonesia: “Nouvele Guinea” (Boisduval 1832) Arfak mts. (BMNH)(BMNH) Nabire (CMWM) Mt-Bembab (ZMAN) Mt-Goliath (BMNH) Humboldt Bay (BMNH) Kapaur (BMNH) Mamberamo (RMNH)Samabusa (CMWM) Uskwar (ZMAN) Tuan Wowi (ZMAN) Utakwa river (BMNH) Waigeo (BMNH) (ZMHB) Wangaar (BMNH) Warkapi (ZMAN) Waris district (ZMAN) Weyland mts. (BMNH) Papua New Guinea: Aseeki (ZSM) Babooni Bolan mts. (SMTD) (BMNH) Biagi (BMNH) Ekeikei (BMNH) Hydrographer mts (BMNH Kumusi river (BMNH) Milne Bay (BMNH) Mt-Bougainville (BMNH) Mt-Kebea (BMNH)Andai (BMNH)Upper Aroa river (BMNH)



into English
Upper wings with a blackish brown with yellow base, dotted with black and veins white washed, the entire hind wings yellow, corselet yellow, abdomen yellow, under side without dots.
It is found in New Guinea.

Into Dutch
De voorvleugels zwartachtig bruin, een gele basis met zwarte punten en wit bestoven aders. De achtervleugels geheel geel, prothorax geel, achterlijf geel met zwarte punten; onderkant van de vleugels zonder punten

There is no difference 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.