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Photo#71777
bloodshot eyed moth - Syssphinx hubbardi - male

bloodshot eyed moth - Syssphinx hubbardi - Male
Organ Mountains foothills, Dona Ana County, New Mexico, USA
August 7, 2006
Size: 33 mm folded-wing

Moved

7711 -- Syssphinx [=Sphingicampa] hubbardi
... formerly a subspecies of S. heiligbroti, Ferguson gave it the status of a full species in MONA fascicle 20.2A in 1971. The range of the two species overlaps in Texas, with hubbardi found to the westward.

 
Many thanks, Bob.
I'll rename and move it.

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