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Tribe Macroglossini

 
 
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Nessus Sphinx Moth - Amphion floridensis Nessus Sphinx Moth - Amphion floridensis Moth? - Amphion floridensis Nessus Sphinx - Amphion floridensis Hovering like a hummingbird... - Amphion floridensis Nessus sphinx - Amphion floridensis Nessus Sphinx  - Amphion floridensis Amphion floridensis


Grote's sphinx - Cautethia grotei Grote's sphinx - Cautethia grotei Grote's Sphinx - Cautethia grotei Grote's Sphinx - Cautethia grotei Grote's Sphinx Moth - Cautethia grotei Moth IMG_0276 - Cautethia grotei Cautethia grotei Cautethia spuria from far south TX - Cautethia spuria

pupa - Darapsa myron Virginia Creeper Sphinx - Darapsa myron Neat wings - Darapsa myron Darapsa myron - Hodges #7885 - Darapsa myron 7886   Azalea Sphinx Moth   (Darapsa choerilus - Darapsa choerilus Green striped  - Darapsa versicolor 7885 – Darapsa myron – Virginia Creeper Sphinx - Darapsa myron virginia creeper sphinx - Darapsa myron

A lovely pair of Lettered Sphinx Moths - Deidamia inscriptum - male - female Moth w/ strange rear end - Deidamia inscriptum Deidamia inscripta (inscriptum)? I'd appreciate any comments on the ID of this moth. - Deidamia inscriptum Lettered Sphinx Moth - Deidamia inscriptum Sphingidae, 1st instar - Deidamia inscriptum Brown Moth - Deidamia inscriptum Deidamia inscriptum Moth, Features of a Looper and a Sphinx, but not quite either - Deidamia inscriptum

 
 
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