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Central America with Map
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South America with Map
Carribean Islands with Map
Smerinthini tribe: Adhemarius, Amorpha, Monarda, Orecta, Pachysphinx, Paonias, Protambyulyx, Smerinthus, Trogolegnum
Dilophonotini tribe: Aellopos, Aleuron, Baniwa, Callionima, Enyo, Erinnyis, Eupyrrhoglossum, Hemaris, Hemeroplanes, Himantoides, Isognathus, Kloneus, Madoryx, Nyceryx, Oryba, Pachygonidia, Pachylia, Pachylioides, Perigonia, Phryxus, Protaleuron, Pseudosphinx, Stolidoptera
Philampelini tribe: Eumorpha, Tinostoma,
Macroglossinini tribe: Amphion, Arctonotus, Aspledon, Cautethia, Darapsa, Deidamia, Euproserpinus, Hyles, Phanoxyla, Proserpinus, Sphecodina, Xylophanes
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