White-lined sphinx

Hyles lineata

The white-lined sphinx , commonly known as the hummingbird moth, is a moth of the Sphingidae family. Its range extends from Central America, through the United States and into parts of Canada.
White-lined Sphinx - Hyles lineata Very fast flying moth that resembles a hummingbird. It's mostly drab olive and tan, except for a pink median band on the hindwings. 

Habitat: Rural garden Geotagged,Hyles lineata,Summer,United States,White-lined sphinx,moth

Appearance

The forewing is dark brown with a tan stripe which extends from the base to the apex. There are also white lines that cover the veins. The black hind wing has a broad pink median band. It has a wingspan of 2 to 3 inches. The moth is sometimes referred to as a ''hummingbird moth'' because of its similarity to the hummingbird in appearance and flight characteristics.
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 Hyles lineata,White-lined sphinx

Behavior

The larva is yellow and black or sometimes lime green and black. Many individuals have a subdorsal stripe. The head, prothoracic shield, and the anal plate are one color either green or orange with small black dots. The horn varies from either yellow or orange and sometimes has a black tip.
Larvae burrow into soil to go into pupal stage , where they remain for 2–3 weeks before they emerge as adults.

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Status: Not evaluated
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Taxonomy
KingdomAnimalia
DivisionArthropoda
ClassInsecta
OrderLepidoptera
FamilySphingidae
GenusHyles
SpeciesH. lineata