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Walnut Sphinx Video Stock Footage

The wingspan is 45–75 mm. The caterpillar feeds on alder (Alnus), hickory (Carya), hazelnut (Corylus), beech (Fagus), walnut (Juglans), and hop-hornbeam (Ostrya) species. When attacked by a bird, the caterpillar produces a high-pitched whistle by expelling air from pair of spiracles in its abdomen. This antipredator adaptation may startle the bird, which may then reject the caterpillar.

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Animalia: Arthropoda: Lepidoptera: Insecta: Sphingidae: Amorpha juglandis

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