This site has been created by
Bill Oehlke at firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments, suggestions and/or additional information are welcomed by Bill.
Many of the images of Sphingidae larvae and adults on
this website come from Dan Janzen who works tirelessly on a project
to raise funds for "rainforest purchase in Costa Rica to add land to
the Area de Conservacion Guanacaste (ACG), where the great majority of
these moths occur as living wild populations. There is NO overhead
charged on these funds. The current ACG land purchase project is
described at the following web site:
http://janzen.sas.upenn.edu/RR/rincon_rainforest.htm". If you
appreciate this website and would like to contribute to the rainforest
conservation project, please consult the link above.
Contributions can be made out to Guanacaste Dry Forest Conservation
Fund and sent to
Professor Dan Janzen,
Department of Biology,
University of Pennsylvania,
Philadelphia, PA 19104
If you appreciate this website and would like to contribute to the rainforest conservation project, please consult the link above.
Contributions can be made out to Guanacaste Dry Forest Conservation Fund and sent to
Professor Dan Janzen,
The Sphingidae family is divided into several subfamilies and those subfamilies are divided into tribes. Clicking on the hypertext (underlined) name of a tribe will take you to an active index with many files containing pictures and information.
Sphingini tribe: Agrius, Amphimoea, Ceratomia, Cocytius, Dolba, Dolbagene, Euryglottis, Isoparce, Lapara, Manduca, Nannoparce, Neococytius, Neogene, Paratrea, Sagenosema, Sphinx.
Smerinthini tribe: Adhemarius, Amorpha, Monarda, Orecta, Pachysphinx, Paonias, Protambyulyx, Smerinthus, Trogolegnum.
Dilophonotini tribe: Aellopos, Aleuron, Baniwa, Callionima, Enyo, Erinnyis, Eupyrrhoglossum, Hemaris, Hemeroplanes, Himantoides, Isognathus, Kloneus, Madoryx, Nyceryx, Oryba, Pachygonidia, Pachylia, Pachylioides, Perigonia, Phryxus, Protaleuron, Pseudosphinx, Stolidoptera
Philampelini tribe: Eumorpha, Tinostoma,
Macroglossinini tribe: Amphion, Arctonotus, Aspledon, Cautethia, Darapsa, Deidamia, Euproserpinus, Hyles, Neogurelca, Phanoxyla, Proserpinus, Sphecodina, Xylophanes
Go to U. S. A. Table
Go to Sphingidae Indices by Nation
Tim Dyson has sent me outstanding images of live moths from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. Check out the Catocala along Tim's Bait Trail at Tim Dyson: Night Vison Photography.
Visit other Lepidoptera websites designed and maintained by Bill Oehlke by clicking on the BLUE TEXT:
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THE KIRBY WOLFE SATURNIIDAE COLLECTION
THE THIBAUD DECAENS SATURNIIDAE COLLECTION
SPHINGIDAE OF THE UNITED STATES
CATERPILLAR IDENTIFICATION GUIDE
CATERPILLARS TOO!: a membership site featuring images of North American butterfly caterpillars and adult butterflies, too, to help with identification.
WORLD'S LARGEST SATURNIIDAE SITE: a membership site covering most of the World's Saturniidae
NEW! MARCH 2005
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