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Convolvulus Hawk-moth

Agrius convolvuli

Description:

The Convolvulus Hawk-moth, Agrius convolvuli, is a large hawk-moth. It is common throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. The wingspan is 80–105 mm. This hawkmoth's basic coloration is in grayish tones, but the abdomen has a broad gray dorsal stripe and pink and black bands edged with white on the sides. The hindwings are light gray with darker broad crosslines.

Habitat:

Farms, parks, gardens etc.

Notes:

Photos taken @ Lukavac, Bosnia & Herzegovina.

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Dijana Serhatlic
Spotted by
Dijana Serhatlic

Federacija Bosne i Hercegovine, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Spotted on Jul 31, 2006
Submitted on Aug 9, 2016

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