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Walnut sphinx moth (male)

Amorpha juglandis


Adult: forewing and hindwing color highly variable, from uniformly brown to several colors, often with a whitish, pinkish, or purplish tint; patterns range from faint to pronounced; hindwing with no "flash" pattern; outer margins of all wings scalloped to wavy; proboscis very short. (information from BugGuide)


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1 Comment

C.Sydes 9 years ago

nice series

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Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Spotted on Aug 25, 2010
Submitted on Jan 5, 2013

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