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Photo#1687535
Looks like a horntail but with fuzzy yellow hind legs - Podosesia syringae

Looks like a horntail but with fuzzy yellow hind legs - Podosesia syringae
Ottawa, Eastern Ontario, Ontario, Canada
July 5, 2019
Size: 2.5 cm (1 inch)

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Moved from Clearwing Moths.

moth ID
Lilac borer(Podosesia syringae).

Lilac borer(Podosesia syringa
Lilac borer(Podosesia syringae).

 
Thanks, William
I had never previously seen a Lilac borer before these two.
As a matter of fact, this species doesn't even merit an
entry in the Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America.
Now I will need to go and inspect our lilac trees.

Cheers, Brian

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