Hi doctor Seow,

I was scrolling through the moth trend and realise there are some valuable information here, which i've decided to also try out at some moth's ID since we have such amazing diversity in Singapore! If you up to the challenge i am willing to photograph some moths as usual. It is alright if you cant give definite answer, but i wish to challenge my current(and limited) moth knowledge

Starting with a simple one, i will be asking for burnet moth family moth here

1 - Boradiopsis harmani. I initially ID this as Boradiopsis harmani, since the official Singapore biodiversity website https://singapore.biodiversity.onlin...doptera-000674 publish this as the only species. After consulting some people from the area, i was inform the moth info is however extremely understudied, and there are suggestions it is possible other species about. Here i present two individual, found in the shaded forest of mandai, nearby one another
Here is my inat links - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/135102065 and https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/135102066

2 - Burnet moth family. I could only reach this conclusion after suggestions from Inat and my own guesses. I realise the burnet moth family have a somewhat shape,if u will, to it, like species from pompelon marginata, artona species and cyclosia species, like a triangle from a kids puzzle
inat link - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/125159945

3 - thyrassia species. To the untrain eye i notice they would mistake this as a hubner wasp moth, amata hubneri. I do notice the wing have a extra white spot, the antenna isnt white tip, and there is a slight violet sheen, if you will. This species caterpillar feeds on leea indica, as many caterpillar hobbyist has raise it only in auccess on leea indica
inat links - https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/119074621 , https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/118635973 and https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/108588455

Skipping regards!