This is the ["i]Chrysartona" species. However, I misidentified that one in the link (brain malfunction or some other problem that day, maybe stuck in front of the computer for too long) - it is Illiberis nigrigemma
Not common, though widespread in HK, mostly in secondary forest or feng shui woods.
Seems to be univoltine: almost all records are from May, with two in March and yours is (so far as I'm aware) the first for June.
Seen by day and also recorded at moth traps by night.
[ Last edited by hkmoths at 2009-6-11 08:24 ]