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Photo#22628
What Kind of Moth? - Paonias myops

What Kind of Moth? - Paonias myops
Lapeer, MI, Lapeer County, Michigan, USA
June 30, 2005
Size: Approx. 2 in.
Side view of moth. Cool!

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Some Kind of Moth - Paonias myops What Kind of Moth? - Paonias myops

Sphinx moth, probably Paonias
I think this is a sphinx, probably genus Paonias. Compare this pose:



Oh, I see you have a top view. I'll comment there.

Patrick Coin
Durham, North Carolina

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