This is a very small fungus that resembles a birds nest with eggs inside the cup. The genus us (Cyathus) which are the group of birds nest fungi. The Dung-loving birds nest fungi has brown Peridioles, which are structure that gives rise to and contains the female reproductive cells. The scientific name (stercorarius) means "of dung" in Latin.
It is a medium black moth with a robust body in the family, (Sphingidae). The moth has angled wing curves with black on the exterior part of the forewings and brown torwards the interior forewings. and the hindwings. the forewings also have a small white spot and a line in front of it. The abdomen is about 2 cm. thick white five sets of two black spots and a line continuing the forewing line. The specimen was a female due to the tip of the abdomen not having claspers which males have. The size of the abdomen as well. The wingspan of this moth was about 55 mm. with max being about 60 mm. This moth has two small and quite stubby antennae with a fuzzy body covered in short brown legs. The thorax of this moth has a mo-hawk. The eyes are large like in most Sphingidae making it's sensing ability to ultra violet light rays at max. This moths wings and body shape can fly at speeds up to 20 mph and some species of sphinx moths as much as 25 or more mph.