Tag Archives: Macroglossum stellatarum

The Hawkmoth Vision

by Sandra Tuszynska Moths are often overlooked as pollinators, as many are only active by night and perhaps we often don’t find them as attractive as butterflies. However, moths belong to the same order as butterflies called Lepidoptera and are … Continue reading

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The Exhilarating Encounter with a Hummingbird Moth

by Sandra Tuszynska Latest update on Hawk Moths in Australia. About two weeks ago I have experienced something out of my ordinary. I was talking to a friend in her garden at around 6 pm, and as we stood by … Continue reading

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