Record data would be much appreciated for this diurnal species
The following is the text (English version) for this species from my forthcoming book on HK moths:
Phycodes minor Moore, 1881 黑帶雕蛾
Global distribution: India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Thailand, China (HuN, FJ), Indonesia (Java), Philippines (Luzon) (Arita, 1989; Peng & Liu, 1992; Liu, 2001).
H.K. distribution & status: widespread, uncommon.
H.K. ecology: adults recorded in August and September from the edges of secondary forest and feng shui woodland, and in shrubland by day. Larvae live in a shelter made from Ficus simplicissima leaves held together with silken sheets. Larvae found in Tai Tam C.P. during June emerged in late July and early August. (M.J.Sterling, pers. comm.); larvae were frequently found in late November 2005 along the path to Ng Tung Chai waterfalls, suggesting this species may also be recorded as adults during the dry season.