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Kitching, I.J., 2020. Sphingidae Taxonomic Inventory


Lepidopterists' Society Season Summary


Pacific Northwest Moths


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List of the specimens of lepidopterous insects in the collection of the British Museum. Part VIII - Sphingidae.


Record and illustration of some interesting moths flying in Texas (Sphingidae, Ctenuchidae, Noctuidae, ...


The large moths of Guana Island, British Virgin. Islands: A survey of efficient colonizers. (Sphingidae, Notodontidae, ...


The Moths of America North of Mexico Fascicle 21 Sphingidae


The Lepidoptera of New York and neighboring states. Part II...


Cryptic species among bumblebee mimics: an unrecognized Hemaris hawkmoth (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae) in eastern North America


Ecological impacts of the emerald ash borer. Pp. 15-62. In: R.G. Van Driesche (ed.), Biology and Control of Emerald Ash Borer.


Biology of Proserpinus clarkia (Sphingidae)


Additional Notes on Proserpinus clarkia and Arctonotus lucidus (Sphingidae) Life Histories From the Pacific Coast of N. America


Observations of Adult and Larval Behavior in the Winter Sphingid, Arctonotus lucidus (Sphingidae)


Brief observations of Sphingidae flight time


New status for Eumorpha intermedia (Sphingidae)


Hawkmoths of the World: An Annotated and Illustrated Revisionary Checklist (Lepidoptera Sphingidae)


Evidence of repeated and independent saltational evolution in a peculiar genus of sphinx moths (Proserpinus. Sphingidae).


A pictoral key to the hawkmoths of eastern United States (except Florida)


The Hawk Moths of North America, A Natural History Study of the Sphingidae of the United States and Canada.


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Sphingidae.


Hawk Moth - Sphingidae


Sphingidae (sphinx/hawk moths


A hawkmoth (Sphingidae). Remi


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Sphingidae


Family Sphingidae - Sphinx Mo


Sphingidae


Base Sphingidae


Sphingidae? commonly known as


Sphingidae, but not sure whic


A Sphingidae, Hawk Moth, but


isoparce cupressi


Sphingidae


Hemaris thysbe image use


Deilephila elpenor image


Hawk moth, family Sphingidae


Sphingidae id


Enyo lugubris


looks like Family Sphingidae - Sphinx Moth


yes


Lepidoptera - Sphingidae - Macroglossum sp.


A Sphingidae?


Sphingidae.


Your 1)


A member of...


Sphingidae


Referred to the green caterpillar


One of the hornworms (Sphingidae)


Sphingidae


Resembles...


I spent a lot of time on this


Hornworm


Moved


Looks to be a hawkmoth caterp


Moved


Moved to Sphingidae for expert attention.


Moved to Sphingidae for expert attention.


Moved to Sphingidae for expert attention.


Why I lean towards luscitiosa


Location?


Sphinx moth (Sphingidae)


Moved to Sphingidae for expert attention.


Moved to Sphingidae for expert attention.


Hummingbird Clearwing


Moved to Sphingidae for expert attention.


Moved to Sphingidae for expert attention.


Looks more like Sphingidae to me


Looks more like Sphingidae to me.


Sphinx Moth Cat


Thanks.


Sphingidae


Hummingbird Clearwing


I don't claim deep expertise


Sphingidae


Sphingidae


Lapara bombycoides?


Sphingidae


Sphingidae


Sphingidae


Certainly sphingidae


OK, moved


OK, moved


sphingidae


Yes, of course, Cucullia!


One of the sphinx moths


Sphingidae


Moved- Not Noctuidae, Sphingidae


Sphinx moth


Looks like a sphinx


Depends what you mean by "Banded Hawk Moth".


Tough...


Paonias excaecata


Hornworm


Interesting – to us it would seem perfectly fine


Sphingidae


Microplitis


Sphingidae


This looks rather to be a Sphinx


Hemaris thysbe, perhaps?


sphinx


Probably a Sphinx moth


and Ryan will likely tell you


Looks like....


Thanks much for your help


Hydrangea sphinx moth


Sphingidae


Walnut sphinx


Cotesia sp.


Sphingidae: Hyles lineata


Looks like a sphinx moth (Sph


Further Lepidoptera data sources:


Looks like a hawkmoth (Sphing


sorry for the confusion!


No problem! If it's helpful,


Are any of these three photos of the same specimen?


Size


What Sphingid?


What Sphingid?


Yes


Smerinthus Genus?


Sphinx Moth (Sphingidae) Caterpillar


Hemaris diffinis


Not a Hummingbird Clearwing


Yup; Order Lepidoptera, famil


Pandorus


Hemaris sp.


Sphingidae


Manduca


Sphingidae


Moved- Not Lapara


if it is


Sphingidae


Pupa ID


Hyles


Most likely


Is it not a


There are seven pages of Sphinx caterpillars


Sphingidae


Sphingidae


Deilephila elpenor image


Sphingidae


Sphecodina abbottii


Sphingidae


Laurel sphinx


Abbott's sphinx


Hawkmoth


Sphingidae


Moved- Correct ID


Moved- Sphinx


Sphingidae: Lapara bombycoides?


Sphingidae: Sphinx canadensis?


White-lined sphinx


Eumorpha satellitia licaon


Looks like a Sphingidae


Phryxus caicus


Thanks, Ryan


Sphingidae


I'm not sure...


Sphingidae


Very nice indeed


Very Cool


certainly


Image use with credit


Sphinx moth


caterpillar


Thanks, Nina


Problem with nomenclature


only distantly related


Interesting riddle


Thanks for the good lead, Eddie :-)


But lots of work to be done in the guide!


Something in Sphingidae


Moved


Eumorpha intermedia


Eumorpha intermedia


Sphinx larva, Sphingidae


Currently on page 87 of ID Request


looks like Family Sphingidae - Sphinx Moth


Moved


Lintneria eremitus


Sorry, Maury.


Likely Manduca, then...


Sagenosoma elsa


Smerinthus cerisyi


moth ID


Moved


maybe this


looks like:


Maury, can you ID the Sphinx caterpillars too?


Thanks, Nina


Sphingidae larva


If you look above your image


Nice


Not Euteliidae...


Family Sphingidae - Sphinx Moth


Or try this one..... Lintneria Separatus


Sphinx Moth


Sphinx moths.


A sphinx caterpillar:


Caterpillar id


No


raising caterpillar + maybe sphinx moth


Hawk moths


7855.1 - Hemaris thetis (Boisduval, 1855) as of this week....


Unidentified Sphingidae


Sphingidae


Posterior horn


Virginia Creeper Sphinx - Darapsa myron


Moth.


I would guess Paonias excaeca


Yes.


Strange...


I don't expect them to go into diapause so early in the year


Don't try to raise very many of them


"a horn on his butt" probably means Sphingidae


It


Nope


It's a moth pupa


Sphinx Moth Caterpillar


Ludwigia is actually in the Evening Primrose family


caterpillar


Perhaps


hard to tell


ok


Thanks Moth Guy ...


Yes.


Unfortunately, peeking can damage the pupa


Yes; yes; yes; no:-)


Not many to choose from in Washington


Hornworm


tough one


Diffinis


Agreed


Is This the Way to Add to This?


J.D., we were going to email you but didn't find


Yes, feeds on grapevines and


No sphinx at all


Website for Arizona moths.


Thanks, Dennis


A pictoral key to the hawkmot


Moved


Snowberry


pupa


7792 - Elsa sphinx - Sagenosoma elsa


Sphinx moth.


This is


Cranesbill


Here is another


Arizona Species


Looks more like a caterpillar to me


Statement changed


I have reared this spp. to ad


7771 -- Pink-spotted Hawkmoth -- Agrius cingulatus


Undoubtedly you have different species in India


7853 -- Hummingbird Clearwing Moth -- Hemaris thysbe


sphinx of some sort


My guess...


This will be difficult to accept.


Eupyrrhoglossum sagra position?


bye bye


In many ways, this is what we have


Hemaris diffinis


Ceratomia undulosa (Sphingidae)


Follow the link in my comment above,


It does occur...


Abbott's Sphinx?


How could I be so wrong?


Sphingidae


Walnut Sphinx (Cressonia juglandis) - Amorpha juglandis


A sphinx


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