I just wanted to let you know that I really don't know what is in your spotting, but by a strange coincidence, I was trying to identify a moth and saw a photo in inaturalist.org which looks very like your picture. I don't know what that one is either, but I will send you an ID Suggestion with the reference so that you can look at it. Who knows, we might get lucky. But if it turns out to be wrong, please let me know and I will withdraw my erroneous suggestion with apologies.
Argiope luzona (Walckenaer, 1842). The Signature Spider has fascinated me for several years now and although I am interested in all of the biodiversity in the Philippines, I have to admit that as soon as I see a "Gagamba X" (as it is known here), it commands my attention and anything else I am doing at that moment gets discarded. In many ways, it is similar to other Orb Weavers, but this spider has something special that no other spider has. I am referring to its Stabilimentum (web decoration). Hold on, I can almost hear the cries of "What about Cyclosa, Uloborids, Gasteracantha etc.,etc." Its true, many other spiders make web decorations, but none comes close to A. luzona, not even (in my opinion) the other members of the genus Argiope can compete with A. luzona. This species is at the centre of my interest in nature. For me, it is so special that I sometimes can scarcely control myself and this spotting is an example of just that. When I went out to the rice mill this morning to check on the male and female spiders featured in spottings https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/12...... and https://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/13...... There I was observing the male and female, jotting down some notes and anxiously trying to see if there were any tell-tale signs of a possible mating or a violent life-and-death struggle. Something caught my eye, just a few feet to the right, on the same climbing vine. I knew there was another young adult female there, but until that moment there had been nothing of special note, but now there it was, a stabilimentum that I had never seen before. So, immediately, the male/female spotting was forgotten in a heart beat and there I was, drawn as if by a magnet to this other spider which I already knew to be a sibling of the female I had just abandonned. Please see Notes below.