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    Post 7.

    The 1st one match Trilocha varians.
    As ID'ed by Roger.
    https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/442188

    The 2nd should be the female.
    http://pikul.lib.ku.ac.th/insect/007...ns%20%20MF.jpg

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    Phalacra no match.

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    Looks to be This Trabala vishnou.
    http://www.nbair.res.in/insectpests/Trabala-vishnou.php

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    MoB's example of Barsine cruciata actually shows an example where the black lines do not touch to form a 'cross'.
    So the ID may still be right.
    http://www.mothsofborneo.com/part-7/...ariini_8_6.php

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    Thx again - your help is really a blessing for me, Seow!

    Three Limacodidae (I believe):

    Thaton2015_08_27_19_16_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Thaton2015_08_27_05_26_DxO_1620 by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Thaton2015_08_26_08_57_01_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

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    Some lymantriines. Most of the lymantriine pictures I have are unidentified, here are those from my last trip, one caterpillar, 3 Orgyiini, 1 Nygmiini and one Arctornis sp.:

    The larva is not from the north (unlike all the others) but from bangkok, where it lived in a Lotus pot happily munching the leaves of the Lotus:

    Bangkok2015_08_12_09_56_02_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Thaton2015_08_25_19_39_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Thaton2015_08_26_06_09_02_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Thaton2015_08_28_05_11_04_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Thaton2015_08_26_06_56_01_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

    Thaton2015_08_27_19_13_DxO by Jan Fischer Rasmussen, on Flickr

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    Post 14.
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    Birthamoides junctura.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital...20junctura.htm

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    Post 15.
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    Orgyia postica.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital...%20postica.htm

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    Post 15.
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    Probably Ilema vaneeckei. Very variable.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital..._070415667.jpg

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    Hi Seow

    Thx again for your help. The first two, I am very convinced that you have nailed with your usual eloquence. The third one, on the other hand... I remember it as very small, it has reddish-brownish legs, that I do not see in any of the pics of Ilema vaneeckei, which seems to be a Sundaland species not recorded from Thailand, and this record is from extreme Northern Thailand. Are you sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psyche View Post
    Post 15.
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    Probably Ilema vaneeckei. Very variable.
    http://www.jpmoth.org/~dmoth/Digital..._070415667.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by guldsmed View Post
    Hi Seow

    Thx again for your help. The first two, I am very convinced that you have nailed with your usual eloquence. The third one, on the other hand... I remember it as very small, it has reddish-brownish legs, that I do not see in any of the pics of Ilema vaneeckei, which seems to be a Sundaland species not recorded from Thailand, and this record is from extreme Northern Thailand. Are you sure?

    best wishes

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    It was a tentative ID.
    Since you have the book I thought you might check on it.
    It looks too much like Orgyia with the usual markings enhanced with white.

    Since there are only a few species there it might even be O. postica itself.

    As for the others, I am afraid, no match found.

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    PS. Do you know of a species called Orgyia albofasciata. Schintlmeister 1989, TL Thailand.
    albofasciata means marked with white fascias (bands or lines) & would seem to fit this one nicely.
    Last edited by Psyche; 13-Feb-2016 at 04:14 PM. Reason: PS

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