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    post 18, #5 (unid. GEO) is probably a Biston sp.
    18 #6 is an Ophthalmitis sp., not a Cleora, though as per Cleora, Ophthalmitis contains many similar species.
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    ref. post #20
    no 4 is Geometridae, Ennominae - probably an Alcis or Arichanna sp.
    no 6 is Geometridae, Geometrinae - perhaps a Jodis sp.
    Roger C. KENDRICK Ph.D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angiud View Post
    Thank you Roger for your help.

    Hre a few more, from Chiang Dao Wildlife Sanctuary, 21st April 2014


    Sphingidae, Macroglossinae: Acosmeryx sp.



    Unidentified Geometridae
    The Acosmeryx is probably anceus; the geo is a Maxates sp. - another difficult genus (and for which voucher specimens are definitely needed)
    Roger C. KENDRICK Ph.D.

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    From Khao Soi Dao (East Thailand), 5 May 2014:


    Pyralidae: Vitessa suradeva


    Castniidae: Tascinda orientalis

    Large size
    Last edited by Angiud; 11-May-2014 at 11:05 AM.

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    Post 25.
    The 2nd looks correct for Tascinda orientalis, Castniidae. Note wingtip.
    4 species.
    ftp://ftp.funet.fi/index/Tree_of_lif...ina/index.html
    T. nicevillei.
    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...nicevillei.JPG
    T. orientalis.
    http://bsj.c.blog.so-net.ne.jp/_imag...talis.jpg?c=a5
    T. metallica.
    http://www.mothsofborneo.com/part-8/...niidae_1_1.php

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    Post 25,
    The first is a Pyralidae, a Vitessa species, but I can not get any further. I photographed this in SW Cambodia, near where you were, back in 2011. Your photo is so much better than mine, but that is not surprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Painted Jezebel View Post
    Post 25,
    The first is a Pyralidae, a Vitessa species, but I can not get any further. I photographed this in SW Cambodia, near where you were, back in 2011. Your photo is so much better than mine, but that is not surprising.
    All the markings match this species V. suradeva.
    http://www.boldsystems.org/index.php...e?taxid=257439

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    From Doi Suthep, small waterfall, 22 April 2014


    Unidentified Moth
    - Zigaenidae?

    From Huai Cho Basin, 23 April 2014


    Zygaenidae, Chalcosiinae: Cyclosia papilionaris ♀

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    Post 29
    Zygaenid is a female Corma close to this male (Borneo & Sumatra).
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital...20fragilis.htm
    Most species in mainland Asia. no info.

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