This forest dwelling moth was photographed drinking at a seepage, just like some butterflies
especially papilionids and pierids, do. I believe it's a
Dysphania sp., possibly sagana. Its wing pattern is different from that of
Dysphania subrepleta (featured on the next page) although
it has the same blue and yellow colours. There are far fewer blue
spots on this specimen. This photo was taken at the same locality but on a different occasion.