Asyprocessa laevi Fibiger
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|Asyprocessa laevi Fibiger|
Asyprocessa laevi Fibiger , new species
( Plate 7, figure 7; female genit. plate 24, figure 7)
Material examined. Holotype: female, Thailand NW, Chiang Mai, Mae Rim / Samoeng rd. , 24 km, 29-i.1989, leg. I.J. Kitching & A.M. Cotton, BM 1989 - 57, genit. prep. 3280 M. Fibiger, coll. BMNH.
Paratype: female, W Thailand, Hua Hin , Coastal scrub / swamp, 2 m, 26.xii.1986, leg. M.G. Allen, BM 1986 - 300 , genit. prep. 3279 M. Fibiger, coll. BMNH .
Diagnosis. Imago (external). Wingspan: 8 mm.
fringes: grey brown, costal medial area quadrangular.
Forewing: narrow, pointed at apex, ground colour yellow (apo.).
Crosslines: all lines present, narrow, brown.
Terminal line: marked by black interneural dots.
Reniform stigma: yellow, hardly traceable.
Hindwing: grey, with indistinct discal spot.
Male genitalia. Unknown.
Female genitalia. General features described under genus.
Ostium: large, displaced to left (apo.).
Antrum: postriorly wide, tapers throughout, strongly curved (apo.).
Ductus bursae: membranous and narrow, 1.5 times length of corpus bursae.
Appendix bursae: arising at posterior end of ductus bursae.
- very narrow wings;
- crosslines present, black, narrow;
- narrow, yellow reniform stigma;
female genitalia, in
- 7 th and 8 th segment fused ventrally;
- ostium large, displaced to left;
- antrum short, strongly curved, tapered;
- ductus bursae narrow, 1.5 times as long as corpus bursae.
Distribution. A. laevi known only from N and NW Thailand.
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