Updated as per James P. Tuttle's The Hawk Moths of North America, July 2008

Sphingidae of the United States

Sphinx kalmiae, scan by Bill Oehlke.

The following tables list all of the Sphingidae occuring in the continental United States.

This page lists states alphabetically from Montana to Wyoming. Click on Alabama to Missouri to access those states on another page.

Species, identified in each of the colour-coded states, are marked with an appropriately coloured "X". Click on any of the hypertext scientific names to the left to access pictures and information files.

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A letter "C" in a slot indicates a confirmed specimen, although the species is not listed for that state on the USGS website; an "R" indicates rare; an "S" indicates an occasional stray; an "X" indicates a well-known species from that state as identified on USGS.

As of July 2008 I have begun to update this checklist based on James P. Tuttle's excellent book, The Hawk Moths of North America. You can click on the state name in the header to go to a file specific to the state.


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Subfamily: Sphinginae
Tribe: Sphingini
Agrius cingulata
Ceratomia amyntor
Ceratomia catalpae
Ceratomia hageni
Ceratomia undulosa
Ceratomia sonorensis
Cocytius antaeus
Cocytius duponchel
Dolba hyloeus
Dolbogene hartwegii
Isoparce cupressi
Lapara bombycoides
Lapara coniferarum
Lapara phaeobrachycerous
Manduca albiplaga
Manduca florestan
Manduca jasminearum
Manduca muscosa
Manduca occulta
Mand. quinquemaculatus
Manduca rustica
Manduca sexta
Neococytius cluentius
Paratrea plebeja
Sagenosoma elsa
Sphinx asellus
Sphinx canadensis
Sphinx chersis
Sphinx chisoya
Sphinx dollii
Sphinx drupiferarum
Lintneria eremitus *
Lintneria eremitoides *
Sphinx franckii
Lintneria geminus *
Sphinx gordius
Lintneria istar *
Sphinx kalmiae
Sphinx leucophaeata
Sphinx libocedrus
Sphinx luscitiosa
Sphinx perelegans
Sphinx pinastri
Sphinx poecila
Lintneria separatus *
Sphinx sequoiae
Lintneria smithi *
Sphinx vashti


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* Five North American species previously listed with Sphinx genus are now listed as Lintneria, based on James P. Tuttle's revision in The Hawk Moths Of North America, 2007. Tuttle indicates two additional "Sphinx" species (Lintneria geminus and Lintneria lugens), sometimes included in North American listings, probably are not present, even as strays, in the United States.


Amorpha juglandis
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Subfamily: Sphinginae
Tribe: Smerinthini
Adhemarius blanchardorum
Amorpha juglandis
Pachysphinx modesta
Pachysphinx occidentalis
Paonias astylus
Paonias excaecata
Paonias myops
Protambulyx strigilis
Protambulyx carteri
Smerinthus jamaicensis
Smerinthus cerisyi
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Subfamily: Macroglossinae
Tribe: Dilophonotini
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Aellopos titan
Callionima parce
Enyo lugubris
Erinnyis alope
Erinnyis crameri
Erinnyis domingonis
Erinnyis ello
Erinnyis lassauxii
Erinnyis obscura
Erinnyis oenotrus
Eupyrrhoglossum sagra
Hemaris thysbe
Hemaris gracilis
Hemaris diffinis
Hemaris thetis
Hemaris senta = thetis
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Madoryx pseudothyreus
Pachylia ficus
Pachylioides resumens
Perigonia lusca
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Subfamily: Macroglossinae
Tribe: Philampelini
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Eumorpha anchemolus
Eumorpha fasciatus
Eumorpha intermedia
Eumorpha labruscae
Eumorpha megaeacus
Eumorpha pandorus
Eumorpha satellitia
Eumorpha typhon
Eumorpha vitis




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Tribe: Macroglossini
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Arctonotus lucidus
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Darapsa versicolor
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Euproserpinus euterpe
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Hyles lineata
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Proserpinus flavofasciata
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Proserpinus juanita
Proserpinus terlooii
Proserpinus vega
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