Argiope aemula (Walckenaer, 1841). This is an adult male Argiope aemula. He is obviously in prime condition and is probably on the lookout for a mate. His sole purpose in life, now that he is fully grown, is to have a successful mating so that his genes will be passed on to the next generation. My first photo shows that the Pedipalps of this male are swollen. There is a very detailed description and explanation of pedipalps in Wikipedia - see my third reference.
This Gesonia sp. moth is fairly common in this part of the Philippines, but I have not been able to identify it to species level. It does look close to Gesonia obeditalis Walker, . Philippine Lepidoptera's "Gesonia sp. cf. obeditalis" looks exactly like mine and that seems like the best way to name it.