Humming Bird Moth

Trenton(close to), TX(Zone 8a)

Unknown to me a very quick hummingbird moth feeding on salvia.

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Red Oak, TX

Wildcat:
This looks like a Titan Sphinx (Aellopos titan).

Dale Clark
Dallas County Lepidopterists' Society
www.dallasbutterflies.com

Portland, TX(Zone 9b)

Very cool! Thanks for the ID Dale. I had one of those cruising around about a month ago on my lantana. I had a terrible pic, Wildcat's is much better. The white "ring" around the abdomen is very interesting.

Yakmon

Trenton(close to), TX(Zone 8a)

Thanks for the ID Dale.

Yakmon thanks but you should see how bad the other dozen pictures were. That moth moves very fast.

Portland, TX(Zone 9b)

I know what you mean. It was just about dark when I saw mine buzzing around and I just couldn't seem to get the right camera settings for a decent pic! Good job.

Yakmon

Severna Park, MD(Zone 7a)

There have been quite a few in my garden this year. This one is nectaring on Glossy Abelia.

Bob

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Central, AL(Zone 7b)

Beautiful photo, Bob_71.

Trenton(close to), TX(Zone 8a)

Great shot Bob

Prosperity, SC(Zone 7b)

These are awesome I gave up taking pics until a get a better camera, right now we get a pretty close up look at them feeding at dusk on our ginger flowers thay love them and are there faithfully every evening...Makes me thankful of where we live that I can share things like this with the kids.

Portland, TX(Zone 9b)

Wow! Great shot Bob. Verrrry nice.

Russell

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