Claudicula Joker, Putumayo, Colombia
A roughed up individual, but a cool species nevertheless. This is a moth mimicking those butterflies that are known to be successful in avoiding birds, as birds learn to associate particular patterns with toxicity. This effect of mimicry can lead to very similar patterns as an end result even across unrelated genuses. This survival strategy is known as Batesian mimicry.
I kind of knew what to look for in this case because an observation two years earlier:
Which, to this day, is the only live specimen photo of that species on the web, as far as I know.