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Dolba hyloeus

What about Dolba hyloeus?

Moved- Dolba hyloeus

looks more like Dolba hyloeus - - Hodges #7784

7784 - Dolba hyloeus

7784 - Dolba hyloeus

PawPaw Sphinx - Dolba Hyloeus ?


Dolba hyloeus - Pawpaw Sphinx - Hodges #7784

7784 - Pawpaw Sphinx Moth - Dolba hyloeus

Manduca rustica, Dolba hyloeu


Dolba hyloeus?

Manduca rustica? Dolba hyloeus?

Is the size known? It looks m

Is size known? I think this l

Manduca rustica

Dolba hyloeus cat…


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Dolba hyloeus

Dolba hyloeus


Dolba hyloeus

Dolba hyloeus


Moved- yes, Dolba hyloeus

Paratrea plebeja?

Dolba hyloeus

Moved- Not Manduca sexta

Dolba hyloeus (Pawpaw Sphinx - 7784)

Dolba hyloeus


Moved- Nope, not odd


Yes, Dolba hyloeus

Dolba hyloeus - Hodges#7784

Dolba hyloeus - Hodges #7784

yes, Dolba hyloeus - Pawpaw Sphinx - Hodges #7784

looks like the Paw Paw Sphinx


Looks like a pawpaw sphinx (Dolba hyloeus)

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Pawpaw Sphinx - Dolba hyloeus?


looks like a Pawpaw Sphinx Moth




Nina- I believe you are corre

I agree

Sphinx Moth