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Hawk Moth

Sphingidae

1 Species ID Suggestions

bayucca
bayucca 8 years ago
Eumorpha obliquus obliquus Eumorpha obliquus obliquus


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9 Comments

JessyZich
JessyZich 8 years ago

Thanks!

bayucca
bayucca 8 years ago

Sphingidae, Macroglossinae, Philampelini, Eumorpha obliquus obliquus.

AileenG
AileenG 8 years ago

nice capture! i had the same spotting. almost =D and yes! it's huge ! =)
http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/588...

JessyZich
JessyZich 9 years ago

thanks!

Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 9 years ago

Yes it is a hawk moth from the family Sphingidae. See a related species here http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/...

Bruce Weiskotten
Bruce Weiskotten 9 years ago

Wow, very detailed camouflage

JessyZich
JessyZich 9 years ago

Yes it is big and was flying around the kitchen!

CarolSnowMilne
CarolSnowMilne 9 years ago

HUGE! Awesome! Great moth!

MatthewKritzer
MatthewKritzer 9 years ago

A type of Sphingidae...

JessyZich
Spotted by
JessyZich

Municipio La Paz, Departamento de La Paz, Bolivia

Spotted on Sep 25, 2009
Submitted on Nov 25, 2011

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