Updated as per "A Hawk Moths fauna of southern Maranhão state, Brazil, ... "; NEVA: Jahrgang 34 Heft 3 November 2013; via Jean Haxaire; April 5, 2014
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
Manduca manducoides, male, courtesy of Eurides Furtado.
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Family: Sphingidae, Latreille, 1802
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Manduca manducoides, female, courtesy of Eurides Furtado.
Manduca manducoides, fourth instar, courtesy of Eurides Furtado.
Manduca manducoides, fifth instar, courtesy of Eurides Furtado.
Typical of the Manduca species, the pupa has a well developed tongue sheath.
Imgae courtesy of Eurides Furtado.
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