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    No name given.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital...0Gen%20sp1.htm

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    Thx again! Strange that the white crambid does not have a name, not even a genus - I have seen it more than one place, and it is characteristic looking...

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    Last Pyraloidea:

    Spoladea recurvalis

    Spoladea recurvalis - Thaton2015_08_27_14_38_01_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Another variation of No idealis

    Thaton2015_08_28_05_08_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Paracymoriza sp. - I found several very similar, but can not get closer, seems difficult.

    Paracymoriza sp. - Thaton2015_08_23_23_42_01_DxO_HF by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

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    And lastly comes a few sphingids for confirmation or correction:

    Theretra silhetensis ssp. silhetensis

    Theretra silhetensis ssp. silhetensis - Thaton2015_08_23_14_15_01_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Theretra nessus

    Theretra nessus - Thaton2015_08_27_19_17_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Theretra latreillii

    Theretra latreillii - Thaton2015_08_26_08_13_03_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Acosmeryx
    probably Acosmeryx shervilii

    Acosmeryx shervilii - Thaton2015_08_27_05_28_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Clanis undulosa ssp. gigantea

    Clanis undulosa ssp. gigantea - Thaton2015_08_25_05_50_03_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Parum colligata

    Parum colligata - Thaton2015_08_25_20_20_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

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    Post 113/1

    Spoladea recurvalis is fairly common, worldwide.
    http://lepidoptera.butterflyhouse.co...il/recurv.html

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    Paracymoriza vagalis.
    Thailand.
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/lennyw...on/25264204954

    Yunnan Sinobug.
    https://c2.staticflickr.com/8/7300/8...78a7be23_b.jpg

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    Theretra silhentensis; ID'ed by the white band from thorax down to abdomen.

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    Rhynocolaba acteus.
    http://www.mothsofborneo.com/part-3/...gidae_31_1.php

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    Theretra latreillei; wings with multi fine lines.

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    Ascomeryx shervillii

    FW with postmedial black band variously branched.
    A. anceus.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/a_sud.htm
    A. naga
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/a_nag.htm
    A. sericeus.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/a_sri.htm

    FW with black postmedial band from costa to tornus, not branched.
    A. pseudomissa. FW with antemedial curved band strongly developed.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/a_pse.htm
    A. shervillii.FW with all markings inner to postmedial dark band , do not form broad bands.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/a_shv.htm

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    Ouch - regarding R. acteus versus T. nessus it was a silly error even for me, I have pictures of both from before, and somehow got them mixed up in my mind, did not bother to look up even in my own files because I thought I knew

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    114/5.
    Clanis bilineata.Discal dark shading from extend from tornus to vein 3 & a lttle above along outer margin.
    Subbasal curved band moderate.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/c_bil.htm

    C. undulosus ;Dark shading extend from tornus to above vein 4 at outer margin. subbasal band poor.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/c_gig.htm

    C.hyperion ;Very dark shading reaching a bit above vein 3; markings strong, 4 bands reaching lower margin.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/c_hyp.htm


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    Parum colligata.
    http://tpittaway.tripod.com/china/p_col.htm

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