Updated as per James P. Tuttle's The Hawk Moths of North America, August 2008
Although there are some species listed at or near either their northern or southern range limits in the state of Connecticut, most species fly throughout (T) the state.
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Sphinx kalmiae, fifth instar, feeding on lilac, July 17, 2006,
New Britain, Hartford County, Connecticut, courtesy of Rebecca Gregory.
Rebecca reports the adult moth emerged on August 7, 2006, twenty-days after pupation.
Individual county checklists (adult moths): Counties will be completed as sightings arrive. Currently only those in red are active.
Eumorpha pandorus, mid August, Tolland, Connecticut, courtesy of Bob Sardo.
Lintneria eremitus, Avon, Hartford County, Connecticut,
courtesy of Cheryl McGuff, via Steve McGuff.
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