Bosque Santa Lúcia - Closed to the public for the time being. Visitation on a group basis only. Reservations at email@example.com
Wow, I would love to see one of them too!!
Looks like a very old (as evidenced by how worn of scales the wings are) sphinx moth (family Sphingidae) of some type. I don't know about this species in particular, but many sphinxs have extraordinarily long probosces that they use to reach nectar at the bottom of deep tubular flowers (often night blooming), at which time they also effect pollination for the plant. You give, you get!ted
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