**Distribution**

Three specimens were collected in April 1995 from Bario highlands in Sarawak. *A. alecto* is confined to montane forest above 1000 m from Peninsular Malaysia, Sumatra and Java. In Borneo it had been recorded at Mount Kinabalu and Crocker Range in Sabah; Gunung Mulu and Bareo in Sarawak (Payne et al. 1985 ).

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