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Sphinx Moth? - Protambulyx strigilis

Sphinx Moth? - Protambulyx strigilis
St. Pete Beach, Pinellas County, Florida, USA
September 1, 2008
Size: The size of my hand!!!!!
This guy actually leapt up onto my camera lens!!!

What kind of sphinx moth is it?

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Sphinx Moth? - Protambulyx strigilis Sphinx Moth? - Protambulyx strigilis Sphinx Moth? - Protambulyx strigilis Sphinx Moth? - Protambulyx strigilis Sphinx Moth? - Protambulyx strigilis

Moved
Moved from Protambulyx.

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Protambulyx.

P. strigilis looks good, but I'm not totally familiar with what distinguishes that from P. carteri.

 
P. strigilis and P. carteri h
P. strigilis and P. carteri have recently been equated by James P. Tuttle.

 
I see
If that is so, it would seem some changes need to be made in the guide, which currently has pages for both.

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