Habitat: Sri Lanka, India, Indochina, southern China, Taiwan, Sundaland, northern Australia and the Bismarck Archipelago
Status: No Conservation Concerns
This has got to be one of the smallest and yet most beautiful moths I’ve ever come across. It reminds me of something knitted by a sweet little grandma (Mother Nature’s mom?). The species is called Comostola laesaria and adults only grow to have a wingspan of 20 mm. How incredible is that?!
Check out the size relative to WORDS on a piece of paper: