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Gaudy sphinx

Eumorpha labruscae


Wingspan of 11–12 cm, body and dorsal forewings are a deep green color. The dorsal hindwings have purple-blue patches, yellow borders, and a red spot near the inner margin. The underside is yellow-green and gray-purple. Like most moths in the sphingidae family, caterpillars pupate in underground burrows.

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MT, Brazil

Spotted on Jun 17, 2015
Submitted on Jun 17, 2015

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