|Types||Syntypes: MSNG 6642 (3 specimens), Bhamò, Burma (2 specimens) and Kakhien Hills, Burma (1 specimen), collected L. Fea, 1886. Two additional specimens, BMNH 19188.8.131.52-36 (formerly 184.108.40.206-19), Bhamò, purchased L. Fea, are listed there as types, but as the species was originally described from only three specimens (2 from Bhamò, 1 from Kakhien Hills, sent to Boulenger from MSNG), the BMNH specimens (registered in 1889, and purchased directly from Fea) are likely not part of the syntype series. |
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