Smerinthus cerisyi (one-eyed sphinx, Cerisy's sphinx)
Smerinthus cerisyi, adult
Smerinthus cerisyi adult.
Taken by Shawn Hanrahan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Kugamazog at the Texas A&M University Insect Collection in College Station, Texas.
Smerinthus cerisyi (one-eyed sphinx or Cerisy's sphinx) is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from south-eastern Alaska, the southern parts of all Canadian provinces and in the northern border states of the United States south into northern Indiana, Pennsylvania and Ohio and along the west coast to southern California, eastward to the Rocky Mountains and into western New Mexico north to western North Dakota. It has also been recorded from Illinois and as far south as Missouri. Order: Lepidoptera, Family: Sphingidae, Genus: Smerinthus, Species: Smerinthus cerisyi (Kirby, 1837).
Smerinthus astarte Strecker, 1885
Smerinthus vancouverensis Butler, 1876
Smerinthus cerisyi borealis Clark, 1929
Smerinthus cerisyi nigrescens Clark, 1919
Smerinthus cerisyi pallidulus (Edwards, 1875)