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Ganisa similis Moore 
Ganisa similis Moore, 1884, Trans. ent. Soc. Lond., 1884: 356.

Ganisa similis Moore; Holloway, 1982: 191

Ganisa similis
(.73 natural size)

The oblique dark shading to the forewing distinguishes this species from plana Walker. In the male genitalia the apical spur to the sacculus is never elbowed; the gnathus is weakly trilobed.

Geographical range. Himalaya to western China and Sundaland.

Habitat preference. The species has been taken infrequently in lowland and lower montane forest; the three specimens taken during the Mulu survey were from 250m and 900m on the limestone of G. Api.

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