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    Post 40 83.
    Simplicia robustalis. Noctuidae,Herminiinae.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital..._070417642.jpg


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    Apologies for the mis-numbering

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    99) Leucania decisissima ?


    100) Condica sp


    101) Unknown


    102 & 103) Unknown
    >>102 & 103 remind me of Tamba, but I have no leverage here.




    104-105) Ugia cf. serrilinea
    >>The facies of 104 illustrates similarities with 105, an older image. 104 may be the female?


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    Geos

    106) Unknown
    An old thread had a similar insect identified as Cusiala, but something certainly doesn't sit right.


    107) Perixera/Scopula sp ?


    108 & 109) Hemithea spp ?
    >>109 was regularly observed in disturbed scrubland habitat, Salix were available, I labelled it as H. wuka.




    110) Ornithospila bipunctata ?
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    Post 48

    91 Cerasana anceps is right.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital...a%20anceps.htm

    92 female Lymantria ganara is right .I have Schintlmeister article on Lymantria.

    93. Unknown no match.

    94, 95 Setothosea asigna .
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital...a%20asigna.htm
    http://www.mothsofborneo.com/part-1/...didae-24-1.php
    I have no info on Thosea mediostrigata although it is a pest species.

    96. Probably Cyana horsfieldi.
    There is a very small third discal black spot. Female have 3 ,while male have two.
    http://www.mothsofborneo.com/part-7/...riini_1_12.php

    97, 98.
    They are likely to be as you stated.
    No proper match.

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    102 Unknown

    103 Eugnathia xenia now in Erebidae, Boletobiinae, tribe Aventiini.
    This is in one of my MoB Noctuid book.
    The subcostal wavy white band & the subapical spot are distinctive.
    A 2nd species in Singapore E. diagonalis have the subapical spot vague.


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    Post 52.
    104 & 105.
    The postmedial dark band is set futher in from the margin in 104, than in 105. Otherwise they look the same.
    Should be correct as Ugia serrilinea as you suggested.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital..._971227327.jpg
    http://v3.boldsystems.org/pics/LEPKB...1263232788.jpg

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    106. Uncertain.
    This look to be Diplurodes sp. The discal spots are short bars.
    eg D. veromeni from Phillipines.
    http://www.naro.affrc.go.jp/org/niae...ermoleni01.jpg

    107. Unkown Possibly Idaea sp.

    108. Idiochlora sp .aff. ussuriaria. I. ussuriaria is from the Palaertic regions.
    From Japan.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/Geometridae/Ge...ussuriaria.jpg
    http://osaka-insecta.sakura.ne.jp/im...oaosyaku_4.JPG

    109. Hemithea wuka is right. Most Hemithea have a brown patch on the abdomen.
    http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.com.au/geom/wuka.html

    200. Ornothospila bipunctata is right.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital...bipunctata.htm

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