Updated as per personal communciation with Tony and Pat James, Enyo lugubris, May 2009
Updated as per personal communication with Harald Kranz via What's That Bug (Daniel Marlos), Manduca albipalaga, June 27, 2011
Updated as per personal communciation with Steve Nanz, (Xylophanes loelia ,Cuffie River Nature Resort, Moriah, Tobago; Unzela japix, Neococytius cluentius, ASA Wright Nature Centre & Lodge, Arima, St George, Trinidad; March 22-27); March 29, 2015
Enyo lugubris, Sugar Cane Club, Maynards, Near Speightstown, Barbados, May, 2009, courtesy of Tony and Pat James
The list is very tentative as of May 18, 2011.
Manduca albiplaga, Radio and Tropospheric Scatter Station at Morne Bleu, Trinidad,
(670m high in the northern range), June 27, 2011, courtesy of Harald Kranz.
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