|Common name: Big poplar sphinx.
Hodges #: 7828.
Identification: Rfw 48.2 mm, outer margin crenulate, wing pattern
of transverse shades of gray or shades of brown, fw lacks irregular pale
triangle at tornus, hw dark red, pro-tibia with fused setae forming an apical
Similar species: 7822,
Distribution: southern Canada and United States, in the west more
restricted to mountainous areas.
Hosts: Larvae feed on Populus-- poplar, cottonwood, aspen,
and Salix-- willow.
MN Lake Co., McNair. T56N R11W Sec. 24.
Hg/ UV lt. 27- VI- 1992. G. Fauske.