Ocinara bifurcula Dierl, 1978: 238; Barlow, 1982: 45.
Diagnosis. See Ocinara albicollis
Walker. Some specimens are reddish or even orange red.
Taxonomic notes. The sister-species is the Sulawesi endemic, polia Tams, which
has a similarly double-processed furculum but with the longer arms more slender
evenly curved, and with the apical angles of the eighth sternite much more
strongly produced. The Bornean specimen attributed to polia by Dierl is probably
Geographical range. Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Borneo.
Habitat preference. This is mainly a lowland species but has been recorded as
high as 1500m.
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