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CLOSED: Help Identify This Moth

Columbus, OH(Zone 6a)

I know it's not a plant, but I do know that all the friendly and knowledgable folks here could help!
Does anybody know what kind of moth this may be? It was found on my neighbor's front porch resting under a table. It didn't mind have its picture taken at all!

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San Antonio, TX(Zone 8b)

Looks like a waved Sphinx moth (ceratomia undulosa) to me.

This message was edited Jul 11, 2005 10:09 AM

Andrews, NC(Zone 6a)

Looks as if you have a pandorus sphinx.

Churchill, Victoria, Australia(Zone 10a)

I agree with gldandrews, it is the Pandorus Sphinx Eumorpha pandorus

Columbus, OH(Zone 6a)

Thank you everyone for your input! I do agree that it is a pandorus sphinx! I looked really close at it and the picture on the usgs site, and it matched to a "T"! I'll mark this one as solved!


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