1. Broad-bordered Bee Hawkmoth

    This beautiful furry moth is named Hemaris fuciformis (Sphingidae), a day-flying species that inhabits clearings, forest edges, forest gap systems and shrub-reach areas in grasslands and slopes.

    The distribution of the species extends from Northwest Africa across most of Europe until well into Asia.

    Reference: [1]

    Photo credit: ©Steve Covey | Locality: Captive bred (UK)

     
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