Updated as per http://biological-diversity.info/sphingidae.htm (Belize), November 2007
Updated as per Fauna Entomologica De Nicarauga, November 2007
Updated as per The Known Sphingidae of Costa Rica, November 2007
Updated as per personal communication with Jose Monzon (Guatemala); May 2009
Updated as per personal communication with Hubert Mayer (Tapanti, Cartago, Costa Rica; May 8-9); May 31, 2014
Superfamily: Sphingoidea, Dyar, 1902
Adhemarius fulvescens males, Tapanti, Cartago, Costa Rica,
May 8, 1984, 1400m, courtesy of Hubert Mayer.
Adhemarius fulvescens larvae probably feed upon ??
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