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- Cephonodes hylas hylas - (Linnaeus 1771) (Sri Lanka to China and ****an) Cephonodes hylas australis - Kitching & Cadiou, 2000 (Australia) Cephonodes hylas...
- Hübner in 1819. Cephonodes apus (Boisduval, 1833) Cephonodes armatus Rothschild & Jordan, 1903 Cephonodes banksi Clark 1923 Cephonodes hylas (Linnaeus...
- uniformly brown abdomen. Cephonodes j**** j**** (Queensland) Cephonodes j**** austrosund**** Rothschild & Jordan, 1903 (Flores) Cephonodes j**** simplex Rothschild...
- orange. Females are larger and darker than males. Cephonodes banksi banksi (Philippines) Cephonodes banksi johani Cadiou, 1999 (Sulawesi) "CATE Creating...
- Cephonodes novebudensis is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from Vanuatu. The length of the forewings is about 23 mm. It is similar to Cephonodes...
- the day. A few common species in Africa, such as the Oriental bee hawk (Cephonodes hylas virescens), Macroglossum hirundo, and Macroglossum trochilus, are...
- Cephonodes apus is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from the Islands of Réunion and Mauritius. The upperside of the abdomen is bicoloured,...
- reddish. The forewing upperside has a marginal band. Cephonodes armatus armatus (Fiji) Cephonodes armatus marianna Rothschild & Jordan, 1903 (Mariana Islands)...
- Jeremy Daniel. "Cephonodes picus Cramer". The Moths of Borneo. Retrieved January 11, 2019. Wikispecies has information related to Cephonodes picus. Wikimedia...
- Cephonodes tamsi is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from the Seyc****es. It is very similar to Cephonodes trochilus, but distinguishable by...