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Adhemarius sexoculata

Adhemarius sexoculata is a species of moth in the family Sphingidae. It was described by Grote in 1865,[1] and is known from Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru.

The length of the forewings is 55-61 mm. There are at least two generations per year with peak flights in February and from July to August.[2]

The larvae feed on Ocotea veraguensis, Ocotea atirrensis and Ocotea dendrodaphne.



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