- Milionia basalis
Milionia basalis Milionia basalis pryeri Milionia basalis guentheri Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Lepidoptera Family: Geometridae Tribe: Boarmiini Genus: Milionia Species: M. basalis Binomial name Milionia basalis
- Milionia zonea Moore, 1872
- Milionia guentheri Butler, 1881
- Milionia latifasciata Butler, 1881
- Milionia pyrozonis Butler, 1882
- Milionia butleri Druce, 1882
- Milionia sharpei Butler, 1886
- Milionia pryeri Druce, 1888
- Milionia ochracea Thierry-Mieg, 1907
Milionia basalis is a moth of the Geometridae family. It is found in Japan, the north-eastern parts of the Himalaya, Burma and Sundaland.
The wingspan is 50–56 mm.
The larvae feed on Dacrydium and Podocarpus species. The adult is day-flying. It feed on the nectar flowers of Leptospermum flavescens in the mountains of Peninsular Malaysia.
- Milionia basalis basalis
- Milionia basalis sharpei (Borneo)
- Milionia basalis pyrozona (Peninsular Malaysia, Burma)
- Milionia basalis pryeri (Japan)
- Milionia basalis guentheri (Sumatra)
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