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Ramila angustifimbrialis Swinhoe, [1890]; PED 9

  • Taxonomy

    The holotype of Crambostenia angustifimbrialis (Swinhoe, 1890: 293) is from Burma (Rangoon). It is in the NHM.

    As Ramila argentifimbrialis in LepIndex.

  • Description

    Wing Length: 12mm. A silvery white species with a narrow orange-brown FW costa. The wings have acutely angled terminal margins which are also orange-brown. The same orange brown is present on the patagium and there are two spots at the abdomen base and on the tip. Worn specimens may have a totally brown abdomen and thorax. Like many schoeonobines the abdomen is ‘waisted’. R. marginella Moore 1876 is similar. TL Sikkim but has a crenulate FW membrane (Hampson 1896: 41 fig. 27).

  • Distribution & Habitat

    Sri Lanka , India (Kerala, Sikkim), Bhutan, Nepal, Burma, Thailand, W. Malaysia, Sabah, China (Yunnan), Taiwan. Lowland to upper montane; <1600m

  • Life History & Pest Status

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  • Similar spp.

    R. marginella Moore

  • Unrelated Look-alikes

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  • References

    [RTS] (1994): 172 pl.26 fig.17.

    Swinhoe, C. (1890b) The Moths of Burma, Pt. 2. Trans. ent. Soc. Lond.: 201-296, pl.

  • Genitalia

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  • DNA Barcode

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  • 3D Imaging

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  • Spare

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(1) Taxonomy, (2) Description, (3) Distribution & Habitat, (4) Life History & Pest Status, (5) Similar spp., (6) Unrelated Look-alikes, (7) References, (8) Genitalia, (9) DNA Barcode, (10) 3D Imaging, (11) Spare