Updated as per AN ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF THE SPHINGIDAE OF BOLIVIA, October 2007
Although I believe these "tribal" checklists contain only species within Bolivia, I fully expect there are omissions. If you have corrections
to offer, please contact
Bolivia is surrounded by Brazil to the Northeast, Peru to the Northwest and Chile, Argentina and Paraguay to the South.
Bill Oehlke .
Well represented by the various Sphingidae tribes, there are probably 180 to 210 different Sphingidae species indigenous to the country.
I am most thankful to Jean Haxaire for sending me an electronic copy of Faune de Bolivie, Lépidoptères Sphingidae, Ecologie et systématique.
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Manduca viola-alba (B.P. Clark)
Manduca fosteri (Rothschild & Jordan, 1906)
Euryglottis albostigmata basalis Rothschild & Jordan, 1906)
Euryglottis davidianus Dognin, 1891
Neogene reevei (Druce, 1882)
Neogene carrerasi (Giacomelli, 1911)
Neogene curitiba Jones, 1908
Adhemarius eurysthenes (R.Felder, )
Callionima falcifera falcifera (Gehlen, 1943)
Pachygonidia subhamata (Walker, 1856)
Perigonia leucopus Rothschild & Jordan, 1910
Nyceryx magna (Felder, 1874)
Nyceryx lunaris Jordan, 1912
Eupyrrhoglossum venustum Rothschild & Jordan, 1910
Aellopos clavipes (Rothschild & Jordan, 1903)
Xylophanes rufescens (Rothschild, 1894)
Xylophanes epaphus (Boisduval, 1875)
Xylophanes aristor (Boisduval 1870)
Xylophanes fosteri Rothschild & Jordan, 1906
Xylophanes haxairei (Cadiou, 1985)
Phanoxyla hystrix (Felder, 1875)
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