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Photo of hawkmoth

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The hawkmoth is among the largest Lepidoptera (butterflies, moths, etc.) in the Galapagos Islands. This one (probably the Green Hawkmoth, Eumorpha labruscae) is sucking up nectar from the flower of muyuyo (Cordia lutea) Note the long proboscis, characteristic of this species.

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