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This is another Crambidae similar (I think the same) to the A. selasella that I posted before. The only difference are the palpi, here the palpi are straight.
24.09.2013 - North Italy
Thanks for the help!
For exotic moths and other animals you would have a better chance on other forums, such as this: http://www.projectnoah.org/
As in our previous topic (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/natureplus/message/35267#35267),
I suggest not paying too much attention to the palpi;
I think you are right - I think this one is also A. selasella.
thank you for the answer and the info.