Updated as per the L.O.L.A. publication Hawkmoths of Argentina, More, Kitching and Cocucci, 2005, October 2007.
Updated as per personal communication with Ezequiel Osvaldo Nez Bustos, Argentina, March 2008, July 2008

Sphingidae of Argentina

Misiones Provincial Checklists

Pachylioides resumens, Yacutinga Private Reserve, Misiones Province,
(near border between Argentina and Brazil), February 2008,
courtesy/copyright of Ezequiel Osvaldo Nez Bustos.

As of October 2007, this list has been confirmed by the L.O.L.A. publication Hawkmoths of Argentina, More, Kitching and Cocucci, 2005.

Below the checklist for Misiones are links to checklists for the other provinces.

Pachylia ficus, Yacutinga Private Reserve, Misiones Province,
(near border between Argentina and Brazil), February 2008,
courtesy/copyright of Ezequiel Osvaldo Nez Bustos.

Sphingini

Agrius cingulata
Amph. walkeri
Cocy. antaeus
Cocy. duponchel
Cocy. lucifer
Lintne. justiciae BOLD
Mand. albiplaga
Mand. bergi
M. diff. petuniae
Mand. florestan EB
Man. han. hamilcar
M. lefeburei
Mand. lichenea
M. manducoides
M. rustica EB
M. sexta paphus EB
M. s. saliensis WO?
Neoc. cluentius



















Smerinthini

Ad. daphne
Ad. gannascus
Adhem. palmeri
Ore. lycidas eos
Pro. astygonus
Pro. s. strigilis
































Dilophonotini

Aell. fadus
A. t. tantalus
Aell. titan titan
Al. chloroptera
Al. neglectum
C. grises. grisescens
Call. inuus
Call. nomius
Call. parce
Enyo gorgon
Enyo lug. lugubris
Enyo ocypete EB
Erinnyis alope
Erinnyis crameri
Erinnyis ello EB
E. lassauxi
Er. obscura
Er. oenotrus
Eupyrr. sagra
Hem. longistriga
Isog. caricae
Isog. leachi
Mad. bubastus
Mad. plutonius
Nyceryx alophus
Nyc. nictitans
Nyceryx riscus
Pachylia ficus
Pachyl. s. syces
Pach. resumens
Perigonia ilus
Perig. pallida
Perig. passerina
Phryxus caicus
Pseudosp. tetrio
Un. japix descrepans

Philampelini

Eumorpha analis
Eum. anchemolus
Eumorpha fasciatus
Eum. labruscae
Eum. triangulum

































Macroglossini

Hyles euphorbiarum
Xylophanes anubus
X. ceratomioides
X. chiron nechus
Xylophanes isaon
Xylophanes loelia
X. marginalis
Xylophanes porcus
Xylophanes t. tersa
Xylophanes thyelia
Xylophanes titana
X. tyndarus


























Enyo ocypete, Yacutinga Private Reserve, Misiones Province,
(near border between Argentina and Brazil), February 2008,
courtesy/copyright of Ezequiel Osvaldo Nez Bustos.

Nyceryx riscus, Yacutinga, Misiones, Argentina,
February 2008, courtesy/copyright Ezequiel Bustos.

Northwestern
Jujuy
Catamarca
Tucuman
San Juan
Mendoza
Northcentral
Salta
Formosa
Chaco
Santiago del Estero

Northeastern
Misiones
Corrientes
Entre Rios
Buenos Aires

Central
La Rioja
Cordoba
Santa Fe
San Luis
La Pampa
Southern
Nequen
Rio Negro
Chubut
Santa Cruz
Tierra del Fuego

Ezequiel Nunez Bustos has done extensive collecting in the Yacutinga Private Reserve in northern Misiones Province. He confirms the following species in the reserve.

Sphingini

Agrius cingulata
Cocy. antaeus
Cocy. duponchel
Cocy. lucifer
M. diff. petuniae
Mand. florestan
Man. han. hamilcar
M. rustica
M. sexta paphus

















Smerinthini

Ad. daphne
Pro. s. strigilis
























Dilophonotini

A. t. tantalus
Aell. titan titan
Al. chloroptera
Al. neglectum
Call. inuus
Call. nomius
Call. parce
Enyo gorgon
Enyo lug. lugubris
Enyo ocypete
Erinnyis alope
Erinnyis crameri
Erinnyis ello
E. lassauxi
Er. obscura
Er. oenotrus
Eupyrr. sagra
Hem. longistriga
Mad. bubastus
Nyceryx riscus
Pachylia ficus
Pach. resumens
Phryxus caicus
Pseudosp. tetrio
Un. japix descrepans

Philampelini

Eumorpha analis
Eumorpha fasciatus
Eum. labruscae























Macroglossini

X. ceratomioides
X. chiron nechus
Xylophanes loelia
X. marginalis
X. pistacina
X. pluto
Xylophanes t. tersa



















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