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Family: Sphingidae, Latreille, 1802
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Xylophanes robinsonii is similar to Xylophanes fosteri, but robinsonii is much smaller; forewing postmedian lines
are better developed; the discal spot is without darker dashes or a darker cloud immediately distal to it; first postmedian line
reaching beyond M1; second postmedian line distally double, reaching beyond Rs4; fourth an fifth postmedian lines reaching from apex to CuA2.
The tegula have a golden-yellow midline (brighter than in either Xylophanes fosteri or Xylophanes turbata).
The tegula have a golden-yellow midline (brighter than in either Xylophanes fosteri or Xylophanes turbata). CATE
Moths emerge approximately one-two months after larvae pupate.
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Xylophanes robinsonii male, Holguin, Cuba,
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