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Photo#800844
hornet moth  - Sesia tibiale - female

hornet moth - Sesia tibiale - Female
Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
July 5, 2013
Size: larger than 1"
Spotted on the Veit Springs trail near the Snowbowl. Area is ponderosa and aspen forest at about 8600 feet elevation.

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hornet moth  - Sesia tibiale - female hornet moth  - Sesia tibiale - female

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Moved from Sesioidea.

Moth ID
I would agreed that this is a female Sesia tibialis.

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Moved
Moved from Sesioidea.

 
Neither of us are experts,
so, unless you are quite certain of your ID, we would suggest leaving the image back in Sesioidea until Bill Taft gets a chance to comment.

 
Oops,
sorry. I misunderstood.

Actually, a moth
Something like this? (Not an ID)



[Edit] Oops! I'm late...

 
But it is great when we agree!
Great minds think alike!

 
Thanks!
I appreciate the (speedy) help.

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Nice find! We're jealous.

 
That's it!
Thank you, yes. I saw another one on 7/7/13 on a different section of the same mountain, so apparently they like the San Francisco Peaks.

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