Hyles euphorbiae (Linnaeus, 1758)




Habitat
  • Fallow land
  • Glades
  • Railway lines and embankments
  • Sandy terrain
  • Waysides
63 - 76 mm
Borinot verd
Lišaj pryšcový
Vortemælksværmer
Wolfsmilchschwärmer
Piimalille-vöötsuru
Spurge Hawk-moth
Leafy Spurge Hawk Moth
Esfinge de la Lechetrezna
Sphinx de l'Euphorbe
Karpažolinis sfinksas
Kutyatejszender
Wolfsmelkpijlstaart
Zmrocznik wilczomleczek
Lišaj mliečnikový
Tyräkkikiitäjä
Vitsprötad skymningssvärmare
Бражник молочайный
რძიანას სფინქსი

Primary host-plants

FamilyLatin nameVernacular name
EuphorbiaceaeEuphorbia cyparissiasCypress Spurge
Euphorbia esulaLeafy Spurge

Secondary host-plants

FamilyLatin nameVernacular name
EuphorbiaceaeEuphorbia gerardiana
Euphorbia nicaensis
Euphorbia peplusPetty Spurge
Euphorbia wulfeni
OnagraceaeFuchsiaFuchsia
PolygonaceaePolygonum aviculareCommon Knotgrass

Synonyms and other combinations

Sphinx euphorbiaeLinnaeus, 1758
Deilephila esulaeBoisduval, 1834
Deilephila paraliasNickerl, 1837
Deilephila grentzenbergiStaudinger, 1855
Celerio vandalusicaRibbe, 1910
Deilephila etruscaVérity, 1911
Celerio sinensisCloss, 1917
Celerio strasillaiStauder, 1921
Celerio rothschildiStauder, 1928
Celerio subiacensisDannehl, 1928
Celerio dolomiticolaStauder, 1930
Celerio filapjewiO. Bang-Haas, 1931
Celerio lucidaDerzhavets, 1980
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