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Family: Sphingidae, Latreille, 1802
copyright C. Odenkirk
"Distal margin of forewing strongly convex. Abdomen without dorsal lines. Postmedian lines dentate; the two proximal faint, but traceable from the costal to the inner margin; the third barely indicated; the fourth marked by dots on the veins; an apical semi-lunar area present between Rs3 and Rs4, generally continuous with an oblique line that ends at a patch between M1 and M2; a conspicuous olive-green submarginal patch present between M1 and M3. Oblique apical band of forewing underside that borders the marginal band about 7mm from outer margin at M2, sharply narrowing posteriorly. Pale median band pale olive-brown." CATE
Moths emerge approximately one-two months after larvae pupate.
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