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Amorpha juglandis? - Paonias excaecata

Amorpha juglandis? - Paonias excaecata
Fontenelle Forest, Sarpy County, Nebraska, USA
September 22, 2002
Please help with ID - first thought Smerinthus jamaicensis, but now ?

Moved from Small-eyed Sphinx.

Moved from Sphinx Moths.


Looks more like...
Paonias mypos, with those red blotches. Although the myops I can see have larger red blotches. And it looks like it has some fly eggs on it too!

Thanks - Paonias myops it is
Thanks - Paonias myops it is - unfortunately no Cats. of this species on BG

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