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Cerambycidae, Lamiinae, Colobotheini, Colobothea rubroornata. Very nice one!!
This is from the family Tettigonidae, also called katydids, a nymph.
This one now is called Burnsius philetas.https://www.researchgate.net/publication...You might make a comment with this quite complex story.
Is it or is it not Velutina? Keith I remember you had a discussion about one from Andrew Neild. Any further clues since then?
That's why Chun is a Ranger :-)!! Thanks a lot for your intense research!
Crambidae, Spilomelinae, Rhimphalea trogusalis.
Geometridae, Ennominae, Harutalcis vialis.https://indiabiodiversity.org/species/sh...
I would also go with Cyornis tickelliae.https://ebird.org/species/tibfly3?siteLa...
Yes it is a nymph of Pentatomoidea, probably a Pentatomidae. You might look for adults nearby or check references for Kalamansi as host plant. But Pentatomidae or often polyphageous.