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Pink-spotted Hawkmoth Larva - Agrius cingulata

Pink-spotted Hawkmoth Larva - Agrius cingulata
Boca Raton, Florida, Palm Beach County, Florida, USA
September 4, 2008
At 3.5 inches, this individual was a couple of days away from being prepupal.

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I have found 6 of these guys(or ladys) in my backyard eating away at my morning glory vines and i k=live in SOUTHERN NEVADA! anyone know if thery're common here? lucky to find 1 last year and he vists but that was a hummingbird moth....

 
I'm guessing that they are not common...
I'm guessing that they are not common in your area as they are considered strays outside of their normal range per "Butterflies and Moths of North America" http://www.butterfliesandmoths.org/species/Agrius-cingulata.

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