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Family: Sphingidae; Subfamily:
Final instar larva
aka Army green moth - Female
I know this is a hawk but the spesies ?????
Pergesa acteus (Cramer, 1779) Sphingidae,
Macroglossum sitiene Walker, 1856 -
Macroglossini: Macroglossinae: Sphingidae
Tan/yellow moth with purplish shading.
Smaller sphinx. Normally has very nice patterning but this individual is ...
final instar, pre-pupal stage
late 4th instar to 5th instar stage
: Sphingidae, Subfamily: Macroglossinae.
A bumblebee hawkmoth
Family: Sphingidae, Subfamily:
See also http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/6903154/ for same species in same ...
See also http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/6913156 for a subsequent ...
From Afghanistan and Pakistan east across Sri Lanka, India, Nepal, the Andaman ...
Medium sized sphinx moth. Brown with pinkish hues.
This Hawkmoth was spotted on a 'Mothing Night'.
Larger moth. Gray/green coloration. Distinctive pattern.
This is a large moth. Length of wing: 55mm.
This specimen is more brownish than the earlier one.
Large moth with a greenish coloration. This individual also had a faint ...
Wing length: 40 mm
Light brown moth with a slight purplish hue and darker banding on wings.
Large sphinx moth with shades of deep green coloration. Gray on thorax, tan ...
Hippotion celerio (Linnaeus, 1758), synonym: Sphinx tisiphone. Sphingidae, ...
This beautiful and sleek hawk moth has a wing span of about 70 mm. White ...
Hippotion boerhaviae is a moth of the Sphingidae family. It is known from Sri ...
A hawkmoth barely alive outside my house. One of two Acosmeryx species found in ...
Family: Sphingidae. Subfamily: