I guess that morning when I went out of the house to look around, these black hairy creatures were also in their exploratory mode. I saw a lot of them individually crawling on the ground instead of some leafy bushes. Maybe they are looking for corners or silent nooks to hang for pupation. However, they didn't know that they are trespassing on open grounds, where they are very vulnerable to walking heavy animals like me. I almost stepped on one of them, while taking the photos of butterflies. I saw two of them already dead, flat on the cemented road because of motorcycle tires. I will still search around what butterflies or moths they will become.
Ideopsis juventa 'manillana'
I am sure this is not the adult butterfly, which came from the black hairy larvae. It loves the yellow Turnera than the pentas. It closes its wings fully when dipping its proboscis inside the flower. This type really love to roost on the drying stalks of dill. When i realized they love that, i purposely crack-bent some dill branches to dry, which was the stage much loved by butterflies (as in the top center). They seem to fly slowly, seemingly hallucinating after staying a long time with dead dill branches. Maybe dill is their equivalent for the Canabis sativa.
Dragonflies are very seldom seen in our area. I did not let the presence of this red go unnoticed. At least i got three shots before it went away, and it did not return when the sun is up.