Hawk moth

Hawk moth

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Caption: Hawk moth (Adhemarius sexoculata). Hawk moths (family Sphingidae) are nocturnal flying insects. They are moderate to large in size and their long narrow wings and streamlined abdomen are adaptations that give them the ability for rapid, sustained flight.

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