Updated as per AN ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF THE SPHINGIDAE OF BOLIVIA, October 2007
Updated as per personal communication with Peter Hoell, May 2008
Updated as per personal communication with Attila Steiner (San Pedro, Cusco, Peru, July 2010); June 7, 2011
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Family: Sphingidae, Latreille, 1802
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Protambulyx euryalus is similar to Protambulyx eurycles, but euryalus has a narrower forewing marginal band between
veins M1 and M2. The forewing outer margin is not crenulated in euryalus.
The hindwing postmedian line is curved in euryalus while it is angled in eurycles.
Protambulyx euryalus, San Pedro, Cusco, Peru, July 2010,
courtesy of Attila Steiner, tentative id by Bill Oehlke.
Protambulyx euryalus courtesy of Vladimir Izersky.
Moths may eclose within fourteen days of pupation.
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Protambulyx euryalus male, Macas, Morona-Santiago, Ecuador,
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