New contributions on the genus Krananda Moore, 1867 with description of new species from the Philippines and Indonesia (Lepidoptera: Geometridae, Ennominae, Boarmiini)
Keywords:Lepidoptera, Geometridae, Ennominae, Boarmiini, Krananda, new species, Philippines, Indonesia
Krananda (Krananda) vitraria Felder & Rogenhofer, 1875 stat. rev. from Java (Indonesia) is elevated to good species. Krananda fernandezi Expósito sp. nov., is described of wide areas of the Philippines; Krananda (Krananda) palawana Expósito sp. nov., from the Palawan Islands (Philippines); Krananda (Krananda) apoa Expósito sp. nov., restricted to part of Mount Apo on the Mindanao Islands (Philippines) and Krananda sulawesia Expósito sp. nov., from the south of the Sulawesi Island (Indonesia). Moreover, additional data on the genus Krananda Moore, 1867 are provided. Illustrations of the adults as well as of the genitalia of male and female are included.
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