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Mexico to Costa Rica (type locality), Panama. Costa Rica: Central Valley, Atlantic lowlands (La Selva), Cordillera de Tilar‡n (Monteverde).
This species is known from males only. During an 18-month program of sampling using blacklight traps at La Selva, as part of the ALAS project, males occurred in 14 different samples, all in the months of January to May. Two males were also collected in Malaise traps, one in March and one in July. Two males were collected at the 300m site (Cantarrana) on the Barva transect in Braulio Carrillo National Park, one in a Malaise trap and one in a flight intercept trap, in April. In Monteverde, I have twice collected males. One was flying at dusk, at 1715hrs, and I caught it by hand. The other was at a house light. The collections were in April and June.
Found most commonly in these habitats: 17 times found in montane wet forest, 13 times found in Sura, 8 times found in lowland rainforest, 2 times found in CCL 300, 5 times found in SCH, 2 times found in tropical rainforest, 4 times found in SOR 750m., 1 times found in CES.350m., 3 times found in STR 1800m., 2 times found in STR 650m., ...
Found most commonly in these microhabitats: 5 times Malaise trap, 2 times in Malaise trap, 3 times bajo de M/26, 3 times bajo de M/24, 3 times bajo de M/22, 3 times bajo de M/20, 2 times bajo de M/01, 3 times Sura, 3 times SCH, 2 times mercury vapor lamp, 1 times blacklight sample, ...
Collected most commonly using these methods: 30 times flight intercept trap, 21 times Malaise, 14 times Blacklight, 16 times Lighttrap, 1 times Mercury Vapor Light, 1 times Search.
Elevations: collected from 30 - 1510 meters, 233 meters average
Collect Date Range: collected between 1987-08-01 and 2015-06-23
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