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Hawk moth caterpillar - Caribbean
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Posted on 05-08-2020 16:50
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A hawk moth caterpillar. Bequia, St Vincent.

Any ideas ?
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Tony Irwin
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Looks like Pseudosphinx tetrio
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Thanks Tony.

That fits, this was in a garden with many frangipani bushes
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