I have been corrected by Prof. Li (Nankai University) - who informs me this belongs in Blastobasidae. It is, therefore, probably a new Hong Kong record (I need to check with Mark Sterling in the UK, who has the most comprehensive collection of HK micromoths from his time in HK). In all likelihood a new species to science, as well.
Specimens needed before this gets described, though.
[ Last edited by hkmoths at 2007-4-14 15:41 ]