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Ceratomia amyntor.


Prepupal Ceratomia amyntor?


Ceratomia amyntor.


Moved- Not Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor?


Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor - Elm Sphinx - Hodges #7786


Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor - Hodges # 7786


Ceratomia amyntor Elm Sphinx (7786)


Ceratomia amyntor Elm Sphinx (7786)


Ceratomia amyntor Elm Sphinx (7786)


Ceratomia amyntor Elm Sphinx (7786)


Looks like Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor


No wonder I couldn't find a Manduca to match it!


Ceratomia amyntor (7786) Elm Sphinx


Ceratomia


C. amyntor?


Ceratomia


Looks like...


Moved to Ceratomia amyntor.


Looks like Ceratomia amyntor


Very worn Ceratomia amyntor


Moved- Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor has horns like that


Ceratomia amyntor?


perhaps Ceratomia amyntor


check Ceratomia amyntor


Ceratomia amyntor


Sphingidae


Moved- yes, Ceratomia amyntor


Moved- Ceratomia amyntor


Moved- Ceratomia amyntor


What Sphingid?


Moved- Elm sphinx


looks like 7786 – Ceratomia amyntor


this is


Elm Sphinx


Moved- Not hermit sphinx


Ceratomia amyntor - Elm Sphinx - Hodges #7786


No problem


Elm Sphinx moth (Ceratomia amyntor)


ill second that!


Ceratomia


looks like


Elm Sphinx


what type


I agree - Elm Sphinx, Ceratomia amyntor


Sphinx


nice find


its an elm sphinx


Four Horned Sphinx


7786 - Elm Sphinx Moth - Ceratomia amyntor


Not an expert but...


Not an ID...


Elm Sphinx Moth Hodges # 7786 – Ceratomia amyntor


Four-horned Sphinx


Not an Imperial Moth


Four horns says


Those four horns make us suggest


Check out


I think..


I agree


Elm Sphinx


The Elm Sphinx - Ceratomia amyntor


Yep


7786 -- Elm Sphinx Moth -- Ceratomia amyntor


Check out Ceratomia amyntor


There are apparently six sphinx moths that host on ash


Elm Sphinx