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Ash sphinx moth caterpillar - Manduca jasminearum

Ash sphinx moth caterpillar - Manduca jasminearum
Chapel Hill, Orange County, North Carolina, USA
August 20, 2016

Moved- Not Paonias
Moved from Paonias.

This is Manduca jasminearum

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

Sphingidae
This looks like Paonias sp., either P. myops or P. excaecata. I'm leaning more toward P. excaecata, with the orientation of the horn (the horn leans more backward in P. myops than in P. excaecata, which has a more upwards pointing horn).

 
Sphinx moth caterpillar
Thanks for the suggestion, Jacob (and nice to "meet" you here outside Project Noah). I have no idea so I'll wait to see if anyone else weighs in.

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