Updated as per AN ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF THE SPHINGIDAE OF BOLIVIA, October 2007
Updated as per More, Kitching and Cocucci's Hawkmoths of Argentina 2005, October, 2007
Updated as per personal communication with Ezequiel Osvaldo Núñez Bustos (Argentina), Ocotber 2007
Updated as per personal communication with Nigel Venters, December 2007
Updated as per personal communication with Larry Valentine, Itanhandu, Minas Gerais, Brazil, February 19, 2011
Updated as per personal communication with Sergio D. Ríos Díaz in CATÁLOGO DE LOS SPHINGIDAE (INSECTA: LEPIDOPTERA) DEPOSITADOS EN EL MUSEO NACIONAL DE HISTORIA NATURAL DEL PARAGUAY; sent to me in July 2014 by Sergio D. Ríos Díaz.
Updated as per personal communication with Ezequiel Bustos (Shilap revta. lepid. 43 (172) diciembre, 2015, 615-631 eISSN 2340-4078 ISSN 0300-5267), January 4, 2016
Eumorpha analis, Yacutinga Private Reserve, Misiones, Argentina,
courtesy of Ezequiel Osvaldo Núñez Bustos.
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Superfamily: Sphingoidea, Dyar, 1902
In Argentina, Ezequiel Osvaldo Núñez Bustos reports, "This is a very common species here, flying in provinces of the north and centre of the country."
Eumorpha analis, Itanhandu, Minas Gerais, Brazil,
February 19, 2011, courtesy of Larry Valentine.
The species choice of "analis" might refer to the shape of the hindwing near the anal angle.
The pronunciation of scientific names is
troublesome for many. The "suggestion" at the top of the page is
merely a suggestion. It is based on commonly
accepted English pronunciation of Greek names and/or some
fairly well accepted "rules" for latinized scientific names.
The suggested pronunciations, on this page and on other pages,
are primarily put forward to assist those who hear with internal
ears as they read.
There are many collectors from different countries whose
intonations and accents would be different.
The suggested pronunciations, on this page and on other pages, are primarily put forward to assist those who hear with internal ears as they read.
There are many collectors from different countries whose intonations and accents would be different.
Nigel Venters has taken them in Cordoba Province, Argentina in December. They probably fly in other months as well. Sergio Rios Diaz reports September-October flights in Paraguay.
Eumorpha analis larvae probably feed upon Vitis.
Eumorpha analis, Río Negro, Argentina,
courtesy of Daniel Rojas Lanus.
Eumorpha analis ??, Cuna Piru Provincial Park, Misiones, Argentina,
September 9, 2010, courtesy of Ezequiel Osvaldo Nunez Bustos.
It was not raised through to adulthood.
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