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Subject: Interesting moth
Location: Tortola in the Caribbean
January 9, 2015 4:06 pm
This came in through an open door about 8pm last night. (2 hours after dark). It is about 1 1/2 inches in length. We were unable to see any markings but what an interesting end to the abdomen! Can you identify this for us please?
Signature: Limin’

Mournful Sphinx

Mournful Sphinx

Dear Limin’,
Though your image is lacking in critical highlight detail, the form of this Mournful Sphinx,
Enyo lugubris, is quite unmistakable.  Your Mournful Sphinx, which followed this beautiful Pacific Green Sphinx, is member of the family Sphingidae with caterpillars called Hornworms, that we have posted today.

What's That Bug? does not endorse extermination
Location: Tortola

One Response to Mournful Sphinx from Tortola

  1. Limin' says:

    Thank you for your identification.

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