Hemaris diffinis fifth instar, Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas, courtesy of Wallace B. Thompson.
Hemaris diffinis, Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas, courtesy of Wallace B. Thompson.
Wallace writes, "Here are pics of a clearwing on a brick (his choice-had been on honeysuckle) and a larvae (Eumorpha achemon) on a Pyrocantha, and an adult of same(?/yes) a month later on 4 o'clock under said Pyrocantha."
The Eumorpha achemon images are available via link to the left.
Wallace Borger Tx (Panhandle)
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