Image shows a moth seen in Bhutan a few years ago. Intermittent attempts to identify it have failed. The closest match I have found is a Red Stripped Tiger Moth, but this has different and very distinctive markings. Any suggestions?
Sorry, I missed your original question.
I think that's probably a good ID; well done.
There are other species in the genus, but that one seems most likely.
It has certainly been recorded from adjacent Arunachal Pradesh, India.
The other species may have arisen, in a taxonomic sense, from division of that original single species of the genus. The new species could have distinct distributions, though quite probably including overlap areas. I don't know; just speculating.
All current species of Baorisa are illustrated in 'Index of Illustrations in Esperiana, Vols 1-15'
The only species of Baorisa I have found good pictures of is B. sulawesiana, shown here
That seems to be endemic to Sulawesi, but I am not sure.
Jeremy Holloway (various published books) would be an excellent person to know about this genus in the far east, but I don't know about Bhutan...