Ceratomia undulosa (waved sphinx) is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is
found in the United States, and southern Canada, east of the Rocky Mountains.
Waved Sphinx Ceratomia ... The waved sphinx occurs throughout much of the
eastern United States. The caterpillar (Photo ... Life Cycle, Description, and
Waved sphinx. Ceratomia undulosa ... Wing Span: 3 - 4 5/16 inches (7.6 - 11 cm).
Life History: Fully-grown caterpillars pupate underground. Flight: . Two broods ...
The Waved Sphinx, Ceratomia undulosa [Wing span: 3 - 4 5/16 inches (7.6 - 11
cm)], is found in Canada from Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia westward ...
Sep 9, 2008 ... Large moth caterpillars, like white-lined sphinx moth caterpillars or tomato ...
Insect life cycles are extremely sensitive to light and temperature.
life history. The Waved sphinx is a nocturnal species which comes to light. Larvae
can be found from mid-June to fall, and they overwinter in the soil as pupae.
Life Cycles by MJ Hatfield. Acrobasis ... Ceratoma undulosa - Waved sphinx.
Chinavia hilaris ... Oregon Cycnia. Darapsa myron - Virginia Creeper Sphinx.
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Jun 11, 2012 ... Photographed at the Turtle River State Park, North Dakota (11 June 2012). Go
here to see how this specimen appears on the trunk of a tree: ...
Several species of sphinx moths, Sphingidae family, are ecologically important
because they pollinate several types of flowers and plants. These large moths ...
Feb 6, 2012 ... Suffice to say, my life as a grad student is extremely busy! ... I've pasted my report
on the waved sphinx moth and its parasitoids below:.