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Five-Spotted Hawkmoth or Tomato Hornworm


Tomato Hornworm


Manduca, yes, but which?


They are similar


Also known as the Tobacco Hornworm


Please, no introduced mantids


Yes,


TOBACCO HORNWORM


non-host plants - evidence thereof


Tobacco Hornworm


also maybe a tomato hornworm


They'll eat Eggplant too!


Tomato hornworm


Tomato Hornworm


Tomato hornworm?


Either/Or


Tomato worm


"Tobacco" hornworm


The Tobacco Hornworm...


Manduca sexta, the Carolina S


nightshade plants


Caterpillar 1, paperboy 0


Reminds me of Erinnyis...


Excellent Info!


Manduca sexta


It is a Tobacco Hornworm


Hornworm pupa


tobacco hornworm


Tobacco hornworm, Manduca sexta


Tobacco hornworm, perhaps?


Hornworm?


Yep


If you have a tomato hornworm


Yep you got it, the Tomato Ho


Tomato Hornworm, Manduca quinquemaculata


Tobacco hornworm - Manduca sexta


A Sphinx by any other name . . .


I agree, my guide says the same -


Immature Tobacco Hornworm?


It is a sphinx moth larva, bu


a Sphinx moth caterpillar


That is a Manduca Quinquemacu


Thank you, Ross!


tachinid larvae


Thanks Ross...


looks like one of the tomato hornworm moths


Tomato Hornworm - Manduca sexta


What are you raising them for?


Hear, hear!


Moved- not a tomato hornworm moth


Tomato hornworm ID


Moved


Thanks again...


Tomato Hornworm?


No, the caterpillar I saw loo


No.


Moved- Sphinx chersis


Tomato Hornworm?


It's a Sphinx moth.


Interesting


Sorry this was croped it was


I grant that it's a sphinx mo


only distantly related


Never seen a tomato hornworm cat either...


Looks like


Tobacco Hornworm


Tomato or tobacco hornworm


.


tobacco


tomato hornworm parasite


manduca sexta the tomato hornworm


Sphinx Moth pupa


Tomato or tobacco hornworm moth


Tomato Hornworm...


hornworm


Brachonid Wasps


Pseudoplusia includens seems a good match


Sphinx


cant this


Oh, check this out - from Info page:


Five-spotted Hawk Moth


No


Close, but I think it's


Carolina Sphinx , Manduca sexta i think..


Tobacco Hornworm


getting there


Yes, if there is no record, t


Carolina Sphinx - Manduca sexta


Tomato Hornworm


Sphinx Moth Pupa


Tomato Hornworm


Caterpillar ID help


Yes, it looks like a tomato or a tobacco hornworm pupa


Um, well... I hate to tell yo


notes on manduca sexta from Wagner, p. 248


Yes.


caterpillar


It is indeed a moth =)


5-spotted


Manduca quinquemaculata eggs for Science


Yes, this is definitely a Tomato hornworm


Yes, that's what I meant.


Probably:


Carolina Sphinx


7775 -- Carolina Sphinx Moth -- Manduca sexta


Hmmm...


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