The Bush Hopper (Ampittia dioscorides camertes) is quite a small and relatively uncommon skipper in Singapore. I usually found it singly on grasslands. A series of parallel submarginal black markings on the underside hindwing , the prominent bright orange patches in both the forewing cell and the post-discal region are some of the distinguishing characteristics. Here is another shot. On both occasions, I wish I could get myself more parallel to the butterfly.
A very small wasp-like critter appeared in front of me from nowhere. The awkward angle that it landed on the dry flowers giving me no chance of getting a satisfactory frontal shot.
This was my third or fourth visit to this remote site (for me) in the western part of Singapore. I believe there is a good potential of discovering rare critters here.