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Daphnis nerii (formerly Deilephila nerii), known as the Oleander Hawk-moth Or Army Green Moth, is a moth of the Sphingidae family. en.wikipedia.org/... get more only on freefacebookcover...

Brown-tail (Euproctis chrysorrhoea) moth by Peter Nijenhuis, Hoogezand, The Netherlands. #Insects #Moth

[][][] The moth images of Joseph Scheer. Top: Choristostigma plumbosignalis; Middle: Trosia obsolescens; Bottom: Gonodonta species. Find more images at: rubybeets.com/...

Oleander Hawk Moth (Daphnis nerii) by Steve Covey: This female was bred in captivity - but from ova collected in the wild under license from Rhodes, Greece. She has a 90mm [nearly 4"] wing span!! The caterpillars feed on oleander leaves and are immune to their toxicity. Adult prefer to feed on the fragrant blossoms of jasmine, honey suckle and petunia. #Oleander_Hawk_Moth #Steve_Covey #Insects

Mostly butterflies (but there are other insects among them, here).

Daphnis nerii. Daphnis nerii is a large hawk-moth found in wide areas of Africa and Asia. It is a migratory species, flying to parts of eastern and southern Europe during the summer. Daphnis nerii (Oleander Sphinx Moth or Oleander Hawk-Moth) is one of the most beautiful butterfly-like patterned moths on Earth.

Amerila nigropunctata is a moth of the Arctiidae family. It was described by Bethune-Baker in 1908. It is found in south-eastern New Guinea

✯ Day-Flying Moth (Eterusia repleta, Zygaenidae)

whats his name? by Oswaldo Forte, via Flickr I think I found it. A Rooster Tail Cicada