Pink-spotted Hawkmoth Agrius cingulata (Fabricius, 1775)  Synonyms: Hodges #7771.

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According to the Database of the World's Lepidopteran Hostplants, the Pink-spotted Hawk Moth uses bindweeds (Convolvulus) as a host plant. Field Bindweed is the only widespread species of this genus in Maryland.

There are 18 records in the project database.

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A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth nectaring on Jimsonweed at Assateague Island NS, Worcester Co., Maryland (9/20/2006). Photo by Richard Orr. (MBP list)

A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Wicomico Co., Maryland (9/25/2015). Photo by Jessica Morgan. (MBP list)

A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Baltimore Co., Maryland (10/16/2018). Photo by Emily Stanley. (MBP list)

A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Worcester Co., Maryland (7/30/2014). Photo by Scott Housten. (MBP list)

A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Montgomery Co., Maryland (10/3/2016). Photo by Steve Scholnick. (MBP list)

A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Wicomico Co., Maryland (9/25/2015). Photo by Jessica Morgan. (MBP list)

A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Worcester Co., Maryland (10/17/2013). Photo by Scott Housten. (MBP list)

A male Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Howard Co., Maryland (9/22/2003). Photo by Larry Line. (MBP list)

A male Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Howard Co., Maryland (9/22/2003). Photo by Larry Line. (MBP list)

A male Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Howard Co., Maryland (9/22/2003). Photo by Larry Line. (MBP list)

A Pink-spotted Hawkmoth in Prince George's Co., Maryland (9/8/2010). Photo by Bob Patterson. (MBP list)


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