Eumorpha pandorus

Eumorpha pandorus pandorus
(Hubner, [1821]) Daphnis

Eumorpha pandorus, Pittsburg, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania,
September 4, 2012, courtesy of Jana Klausman.

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Superfamily: Sphingoidea, Dyar, 1902
Family: Sphingidae, Latreille, 1802
Subfamily: Macroglossinae, Harris, 1839
Tribe: Philampelini, Burmeister
Genus: Eumorpha, Hubner, [1807]
Species: pandorus, (Hubner, [1821])


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"I wanted to thank you for the website that I came across this evening. It was very informative and helped my fiance and I identify a large moth that was flying around our porch here in Pittsburgh, PA (Allegheny county). As I was reading through the site, I came to the maroonish brown larvae picture. I find these while preparing my garden every year and have always wondered what in the world it was. Finally an answer! What a surprise to now know what they turn into!

"I used one of my children's butterfly nets to catch the moth. It decided to take a rest and I got quite a few pictures of it. I am including one in hopes this email reaches you. If you are interested in others please let me know.

"Thank you for your time."

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