Species: Caleta elna noliteia
Common name(s): The Elbowed Pierrot
Habitat: Mid-Lowland Forested area (a.s.l. approximately 800-900m)
Province(s) / Place(s) sighted: Phu Khieo Wildlife Sanctuary (Chaiyaphum)
This solitary specimen I found feeding off a bird turd, under low and heavy cover (with many common small species hiding from the oppressive heat. It was amongst a load of mud on the edge of a drying pond and I got covered in mud just getting this shot. It was well worth it, though, as this is the first time I have spotted and photographed this species. It is most definitely uncommon or even rare in this area. Hopefully I will see it again under better conditions.