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Double-headed hawk moth

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Coequosa triangularis, Double-headed hawk moth. Family: Sphingidae. This moth is distributed from the coast and tablelands of southern Queensland to the southern coast of NSW. Food plants belong to the Proteaceae including Banksia and Grevilla. See BE0837.

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Double-headed hawk moth
Double-headed hawk moth
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