|The yellow-collared scape moth, Cisseps fulvicollis. Click to enlarge.|
It is Cisseps fulvicollis, a wasp-mimic member of the Tiger Moth family, Arctiidae. But it is all moth at heart. They fly at night, too, and are attracted to lights.
A scape is the lowest section of an insect's antenna; theirs must have really impressed the entomologists who named them.