(Schaus, 1932) Protoparce
Manduca camposi, courtesy of All Leps Barcode of Life.
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Family: Sphingidae, Latreille, 1802
Subfamily: Sphinginae, Latreille, 
Tribe: Sphingini, Latreille, 1802
Genus: Manduca Hubner,  ...........
Species: composi (Schaus, 1932)
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Ecuador (specimen type locality); and in
Peru: Puira. It may be limited to dry regions in southwestern Ecuador and northwestern Peru.
There is a very prominent, continuous, jagged, white band from the costa to the inner margin, obtusely angled near its midpoint, between the second and third postmedian lines.
The cell spot is tiny and white without any connection to the dark costa. Tha am line is also bordered in white.
Manduca camposi adults fly
Pupae probably wiggle to surface from subterranean chambers just prior to eclosion.
SCENTING AND MATING:
Females call in the males with a pheromone released from a gland at the tip of the
abdomen. Adults take nectar from flowers.
EGGS, LARVAE, PUPAE:
Larva have been reported on
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