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Photo#1187079
Sphinx moth? - Pachysphinx modesta

Sphinx moth? - Pachysphinx modesta
Cornwall, Litchfield County, Connecticut, USA
July 15, 2005

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Modest Sphinx…
Pls add date found.

See reference here.

Please crop your images to a rectangle that is essentially
'just the bug'. While you, as the contributor, can click on your image and see the full size 2000 pixel image you posted, the rest of us are restricted to this 560 pixel reduction which is about 15% moth and 85% not moth. Notice you can't enlarge anyone else's images even though many are posted at larger than 560 pixels.
Please don't repost. Just click on edit and browse to the new cropped image. It will simply replace this uncropped one.

 
15 July 2005
if the date in the camera was set correctly

 
Size
Thanks,new to your site.

 
since you are new
go to the submit image page and read the instructions including the one about submitting up to 3 specimens a day.

 
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Thanks again. Some of these go back a few years and so I will have to hunt for dates.

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