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I.D. Help Needed Grey/Pink Hairless Caterpillar - Eumorpha achemon

I.D. Help Needed Grey/Pink Hairless Caterpillar - Eumorpha achemon
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
The head is on the left side of the picture.

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Ryan should be able to tell you which Sphinx this is.
You'll need to wait for him. By the way, Ryan, there are ten pages of images on the base Sphinx page. You'll tell us if you need help of some kind, right? Our email is on our contributor page if you like.

 
Base Sphingidae
I will work on those images in the coming weeks. I have some spare time right now as a matter of fact, I will see what I can do.

I think I've plugged through the unsorted Sphingidae stuff before, but that was some time ago.

Funny.
I guess this little guy is the offspring of the moth that I found in my kitchen last month. I was looking at the adult moth pictures just a second ago and Sure enough, I found a picture of the same moth that I found in my kitchen.

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