Pandorus Sphinx Moth (Eumorpha pandorus)
Oooh I really want one of those! How lovely. It's like our Lime Hawkmoth a bit. Marvin are you sure I can't come and trap?
Ahhh another of those velvety looking moths. Simply elegant.
Gorgeous moth, added one to the collection this year. Love that coloring, very camo-like
This is a fantastic one Marvin. Love the green color.
What a wonderful moth! The green color is awesome. I also shot a similar moth, but probably that is an oleander hawk moth.
beauty, but so alien-looking! :)
We have a sphinx moth too --> it pollenates the Ghost Orchid.
This moth is just beautiful. Art among nature.
absolutely beautiful!! it would have been great to see this one in its environment, in camouflage.
I had this exact same moth fly into my house last night....The only difference is that the one that came into my house is brown instead of green...I agree with everybody here....Gorgeous....I saved it from my scared wife who was chasing it through the house with a fly swatter in her hand, screaming for me to come....Thankfully I saved the moth from an awful fate and was able to take a few pictures of it. firstname.lastname@example.org if you want a picture of the moth to see for yourselves.
Nature did a great camouflage job on this one! Looks like a stealth-wing bomber.You have the most interesting insects in your part of the woods.
Hello, I live in Raleigh, NC, downtown at that. Tonight was the first night I have ever seen one here. It is so lovely. I have not been able to find out to much on its flight pattern. Does anyone have any links? Thank you for your time.
I was fortunate enough to catch a caterpillar of one of these moths. I can't wait to see him transform. He's eating like a pig.
I had the same thing happen to skippy594. After my wife calmed down she took some pictures too with me. I thought it was a locust but then when it calmed down it was a camouflaged moth. Very Cool! I also have pics.
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