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Diaphania indica (Saunders, 1851)
Nice spot, please consider to add to Butterflies and Moths of Indonesia mission: http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/2158...
Great close up!Severally, I see smaller versions of this in my backyard. They hardly grow up to this size as they're often a victim of a nocturnal white crab spider in the flower they go to nectar. They're always twirling their tail end to dazzle predators.
NuwanChathuranga, thank you for the ID.
Spotted on Sep 27, 2012 Submitted on Sep 27, 2012