Hope someone here can help with identifying this minute insect I photographed a few days ago (the insect identification sites I've been to weren't too helpful). Here's a list of things I can remember about it. - Has 6 legs with 2 long feelers (and a couple of odd appendages I cannot quite make out) - Was active at night, appeared attracted to desk lamp light. - Located in Singapore. - Was not more than 3mm/ 0.11inches long. - Has a generally silver-ish appearance, with a band of yellow. - Flies. - Has wings of a feather-like texture. And now, some pictures of the fella: EDIT: Thanks to Dark_Convoy, the insect has been identified! It looks like a cosmopterix clemensella. More info at the links below: http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/Files/Live/BP/BPspecies/1493.shtml http://mothphotographersgroup.msstate.edu/Files/Live/Living04.2F.shtml http://www.lepbarcoding.org/species...gidae,Cosmopteriginae,Cosmopterix clemensella EDIT: Words from the professionals! It's nearly impossible to identify its exact specie name, so it would be termed Cosmopterix sp. Thanks to Devastator001 for going through all that trouble! : ) You rock.