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Moth? Butterfly? - Please help ID - Ceratomia amyntor

Moth? Butterfly? - Please help ID - Ceratomia amyntor
Nassau County, New York, USA
June 24, 2013
Size: Length Approx. 2 inches
This picture was taken at 3:30PM.

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looks like 7786 – Ceratomia amyntor
to me.
elm sphinx

 
Elm Sphinx
Wow - based on other images I found on Google- you definitely nailed it!

Thanks so much.
I had found the coccoon early this spring & waited for weeks to see what would emerge.

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